What Helios Towers Airtel Africa deal means for Africa

Helios Towers to reach 10,000+ sites and 10 countries four years ahead of schedule, but what does it mean for Africa?

Read this article to learn:

  • What Helios Towers is buying from Airtel
  • Why Airtel Africa sold
  • How African M&A will be impacted
  • Tower valuation estimates
  • Impact on the markets of Madagascar, Malawi, Chad and Gabon

Hot on the heels of their sale and leaseback deal with Free Senegal, Helios Towers have announced a batch of deals with Airtel Africa to add 2,227 existing sites across Madagascar, Malawi, Chad and Gabon. The deal will expand Helios Towers’ footprint to 10 markets, delivering the Group’s 2025 vision to expand their operational presence…

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