Will Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt be the next markets for infrastructure sharing deals?

The grapevine is buzzing that the next infrastructure sharing transactions could take place in the massive and fiercely competitive South African and Nigerian markets

According to September 2012 figures from the NCC, Nigeria has over 107m active mobile subscribers, with teledensity of 76.7%. Networks have become so congested in Nigeria that the NCC recently issued a ban on promotions and lotteries. Meanwhile, South African publication Tech Central ran a quote from MTN’s Managing Director Karel Pienaar in August 2012,…

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