TowerXchange market study: Structuring infrastructure sharing in Bangladesh

Amid a healthy culture of infrastructure sharing, will regulations be conducive to towerco investment?

Read this article to learn:

  • Overview of demographics in Bangladesh
  • A detailed review of the leading MNOs, their tower portfolios and tower sharing strategies
  • The history – and future – of infrastructure sharing in Bangladesh
  • The implications of the BTRC’s plans for the licensing and taxation of independent towercos
  • Operational and energy challenges

Towercos stand poised to acquire half of Bangladesh’s 29,900 telecom towers within the next two years, creating operational and environmental efficiencies, reducing parallel infrastructure, and accelerating network extensions and QoS improvements. Market leader Grameenphone established their wholesale division and began leasing their towers in 2010, edotco entered in 2013 and now operates 8,200 towers for…

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