The health of the Nigerian tower industry at the end of 2017

Etisalat exits, the country returns to GDP growth but what has changed?

Read this article to learn:

  • Mobile market shares and tower ownership in Nigeria
  • Updates on the sale of 9mobile and MTN’s proposed listing
  • MNO appetite to invest as the country exits recession
  • An update on power system upgrades and new strategies tackling the power challenge
  • The interplay of currency, regulations and theft on operating conditions in the market

In light of the new developments in the Nigerian telecoms sector, TowerXchange held a roundtable discussion on the Nigerian market as a follow-up our Q2 analysis on the country’s tower industry. In this article we summarise the most significant recent developments and examine how these are being felt by stakeholders on the ground. Earlier in…

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