Viettel holds the ropes on the Mozambican tower market

A BMI view of the tower market in Mozambique

Read this article to learn:

  • Viettel’s appetite for tower sharing and how that may be influenced by their other African operations
  • The growth of managed services in Mozambique
  • The impact of regulatory pressure on tower sharing in rural areas
  • What drives the potential for growth in the Mozmabican market
  • The country risk factors which will affect entry into the market

Mozambique’s impressive economic growth outlook, combined with a predominantly rural population, generates good tower sharing opportunities. However, while fast-growing operator Movitel’s parent Viettel remains closed to tower sharing, the country is unlikely to become the next area of expansion for any of Sub-Saharan Africa’s leading tower companies. Viettel still an unlikely participant Without participation from…

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