The structure of the tower industry in Myanmar (May 2014)

New license holders Ooredoo and Telenor partnering with four towercos to roll out 10,000 shared towers in two years

Read this article to learn:

  • The timelines for the phased rollout of towers and the distribution of sites among Myanmar’s four towercos, including TowerXchange’s forecast Myanmar tower count
  • Which towercos offer tower+power, which have a power pass through
  • The investment and tower strategies of MPT and YPT
  • Early signs of the MCIT’s involvement in limiting parallel infrastructure
  • A summary of the challenges and opportunities for the Myanmar tower rollout

THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN ARCHIVED FOR HISTORICAL COMPARISONS BUT IS OUT OF DATE. FOR THE LATEST OVERVIEW OF THE MYANMAR ROLLOUT, VISIT: TowerXchange has consolidated dozens of sources to sketch our initial impressions of the shape of the Myanmar tower rollout. With around 1,800 towers already standing, owned by incumbent operators MPT and YPT,…

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