Unleashing the potential of towerco investment in Bangladesh

Newly licensed towercos poised to re-ignite telecom infrastructure deployment

Read this article to learn:

  • Why new tower build slowed in Bangladesh in 2018 despite the launch of 4G
  • Who the newly licensed towercos are, and when they will start building again
  • The costs of the towerco license and revenue share obligations
  • The potential impact of the regulator’s concerns about the competitive landscape in Bangladesh
  • A vision of the future tower market in Bangladesh

This brief market update captures the current state of the restructuring tower market in Bangladesh. The licensing of four tower companies is about to re-ignite new tower build, but the regulator’s exploration of the competitive landscape could hinder the emerging sale and leaseback market in the country. Ultimately, the prohibition of tower build by MNOs,…

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