The MNO experience on Madagascar – getting online with Blueline

Blueline currently relies on its own network of towers and rooftops but hopes infrastructure sharing will help it scale rapidly in the future

Read this article to learn:

  • The state of voice and data markets in Madagascar
  • Prospects for an LTE-only operator in urban markets
  • How independent infrastructure management improves capex efficiency for MNOs
  • Blueline plans to surf the growth of 4G to scale rapidly

Blueline were launched in 2015 by local internet service provider Gulfsat Madagascar and are an LTE-only operator. Madagascar’s voice market has been almost stable with little recent growth, however the market has been shifting towards higher data usage, especially in the urban areas which account for over 70% of the mobile market. Blueline own and…

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