Strategic Analysis of Infrastructure Sharing Opportunities in Select Sub-Saharan African Countries

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Infrastructure sharing has been widely adopted in the United States, Europe and India. Towers have been consolidated into companies to unlock the value of a reduced CAPEX. Tower sharing is gradually being adopted in various parts of Africa. This study aims to find out what opportunities can be attained through infrastructure sharing and whether the select African markets are ready for change.

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Strategic Analysis of Infrastructure Sharing Opportunities in Select Sub-Saharan African CountriesPreamblePrefaceExecutive SummaryOverviewResearch Aim/Objectives/Scope/Definitions/MethodologyResearch Aim and ObjectivesResearch Scope and DefinitionsResearch MethodologyIntroductionIntroduction to the Concept of Infrastructure SharingOverview of the Infrastructure Sharing PracticeTower Sharing in Sub-Saharan Africa Drivers and Restraints for Infrastructure Sharing Catalysts and Bottlenecks for Infrastructure SharingOverview of Select MarketsAnalysis of Chosen CountriesThe Role of the Regulator in Facilitating Infrastructure Sharing Opportunities and Challenges that Regulators FaceTower Company ProfilesProfiles of Active Tower Companies in Sub-Saharan AfricaQualitative Analysis of Potential Benefits to Telecommunication Service Providers Potential Financial Rewards through Tower SharingOpportunities Available through Infrastructure SharingFurther Opportunities that are Possible because of Infrastructure SharingConclusionsThe Way ForwardAbout Frost & SullivanFrost & Sullivan Values




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