Regulations to support infrastructure sharing

TowerXchange shares a wish list of regulatory requests, and looks at how the UCC creates a supportive environment for infrastructure sharing in Uganda

Read this article to learn:

  • How operators and tower companies think infrastructure sharing should be regulated
  • How the regulatory environment in Uganda supports infrastructure sharing
  • News of the UCC’s forthcoming new infrastructure sharing guidelines

When TowerXchange speak to operators and tower companies about what they need from their regulators to best support infrastructure sharing, there is a common list of requests. Explicit telecoms infrastructure sharing regulations are preferable to policies found within general communications and anti-trust policies or, worse still, policies pertaining to electricity towers A fairly priced, transparent licensing regime for network…

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