The future of the African tower industry (Sept 2013)

TowerXchange forecasts that independent towercos will own or manage and market 30% of Africa’s towers by the end of 2014 As African telecom markets liberalise and mature, towers cease to be a source of competitive differentiation. There is a valuation incentive for operators first to market to sell their towers. Towercos worldwide have been proved…

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