TowerXchange’s analysis of the tower market in the Middle East & North Africa

The Middle East and North Africa is the region the least penetrated by the towerco business model globally. Whilst a handful of build-to suit towercos have emerged, fewer than 6% of the region’s 275,104 towers sit in independent towerco hands, largely belonging to Saudi Telecom Company’s (stc) captive towerco, TAWAL. Join us at TowerXchange Meetup…

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