What’s left? Etisalat, Orange, Millicom, Vodacom and Vodafone’s tower strategies in SSA

…Plus a look at the attractiveness of towers owned by Africa’s other MNOs

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  • Towercos’ addressable market in Africa
  • Summaries of Airtel and MTN towpassive infrastructure monetisation strategies
  • Analyses of the tower strategies of Vodacom, Vodafone, Safaricom, Orange, Etisalat / Maroc Telecomand Millicom-Tigo
  • Potential tower transactions from outside Africa’s tier one, multi-country MNOs
  • TowerXchange’s view of the pipeline of African tower transactions in 2015

2014 was the year the SSA independent tower industry reached scale. Africa’s ‘Big Four’ towercos each have tower counts over or approaching 10,000 assets. Having diversified country and counterparty risk and grown portfolios to the point where best practices can be shared and economies of scale realised, the prevailing opinion at the Q4 2014 TowerXchange…

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