Africa’s growth of mobile subscriptions slowing down: Will tower sharing help?

frica’s mobile connections may be edging closer to the one-billion mark, but growth in unique mobile subscribers—the number of individuals that have subscribed to a mobile service—will slow down over the next years says a a new a report from GSMA, the international organization of mobile operators and companies.

Africa currently has 367 million unique mobile subscribers, and its fastest growth period for these subscriptions was in the first half of this decade (2010-2015), with an annual growth rate of 13%. The GSMA now expects the growth rate of unique mobile subscribers to slow down to 6% in the second half of the decade (2015-2020). Read more

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