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What are the benefits of towers

 

The public rely on wireless devices to place calls, receive text messages, send emails, get directions, watch videos, and much more on a daily basis. None of the aforementioned can happen without enabling infrastructure. In developing countries like South Africa, communication infrastructure is fast becoming an everyday essential service like water and electricity. People rely on effective and reliable communications on a daily basis for their  personal and business endeavours and all of this is made possible to the provision of communications tower network.

Tower sharing  is a proven business model in the US, India, Indonesia and increasingly in Africa. Global tower investors in Capital International KKH, Providence and Soros funds, all of which Have recognised that tower companies  offer a very compelling growth opportunity in emerging markets. The major operators across Africa have all realised that tower sharing is now an essential strategy to reduce to reduce their operating costs and  refocus on the customer service offerings.

Key trends in the local market suggest that the above-mentioned be true as there are a number of emerging independent power companies that are entering this market segment while the MNO’s are moving away from tower  management.

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What are the
benefits of towers

 

The public rely on wireless devices to place calls, receive text messages, send emails, get directions, watch videos, and much more on a daily basis. None of the aforementioned can happen without enabling infrastructure. In developing countries like South Africa, communication infrastructure is fast becoming an everyday essential service like water and electricity. People rely on effective and reliable communications on a daily basis for their  personal and business endeavours and all of this is made possible to the provision of communications tower network.

Tower sharing  is a proven business model in the US, India, Indonesia and increasingly in Africa. Global tower investors in Capital International KKH, Providence and Soros funds, all of which Have recognised that tower companies  offer a very compelling growth opportunity in emerging markets. The major operators across Africa have all realised that tower sharing is now an essential strategy to reduce to reduce their operating costs and  refocus on the customer service offerings.

Key trends in the local market suggest that the above-mentioned be true as there are a number of emerging independent power companies that are entering this market segment while the MNO’s are moving away from tower  management.