Test case: Is infrastructure sharing working in Ghana?

Tower sharing arrived in Ghana in a big way in 2010

Ghana’s infrastructure sharing market was pioneered by Millicom’s deal with Helios Towers Africa, in which Helios invested $54m for a 60% stake in the joint venture. Vodafone soon closed an operational lease deal with Eaton Towers, to be followed by another joint venture, this time American Tower investing $218.5m for a 51% stake in a…

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