The changing shape of the Nigerian tower industry (May 2014)

TowerXchange forecasts that 84% of Nigeria’s towers will be owned and operated by independent towercos by the end of 2014

TowerXchange thought we’d take another look at the Nigerian tower industry in the light of the potential transfer of an estimated Nigerian 18,000 towers from operator-captive to independent towercos before the end of 2014. If Hotspot Network’s example is typical, showing the cost a a Nigerian cell site to be around US$236k, then the replacement…

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