Why share Africa’s towers?

Tower portfolios represent long term, recurring cost to operators. A cost they’d like to stabilise and minimise. If acquired by an independent towerco, those same towers represent long-term recurring revenue, supplemented by lease revenue from co-locating tenants who can spread out and further reduce operational costs across

Infrastructure sharing is like building a big house in a prime location then appointing a real estate firm to divide it into several apartments. You keep the penthouse for yourself, and then that real estate firm leases out the apartments to multiple tenants, creating far more value than if you just rattled about in that…

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