TowerXchange’s analysis of the independent tower market in Africa

Surge in African tower deals! 29% (47,600) of Africa’s towers are now owned or operated by towercos, a further 12,000+ are currently for sale

23,800 additional African towers will be transferred from MNOs to independent towercos in six major deals announced in the second half of 2014, with further transactions imminent. African towercos now own or operate 47,600 (or 29%) of Africa’s towers. The size of Africa’s tower industry doubled in two quarters, triggered by Airtel’s sale of towers…

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