November 18, 2017

Helios Towers Nigeria changes name to HTN Towers

Paul AdepojuJul 14, 20152min

Helios Towers Nigeria, a leading independent telecoms tower operator in Nigeria, is pleased to announce a corporate rebranding to HTN Towers (the “Company”), the name the Company is widely known as by its customers.

HTN Towers is committed to remaining one of Nigeria’s leading independent tower companies providing comprehensive, market leading infrastructure solutions to its customers and the new name retains all of the values that have made the Company a trusted and reliable partner.

These values include: best-in-class service, customer focus, experience, stability, integrity and accountability, but the name change also adds a clear vision of long term partnership and reflects the Company’s ambitions in the wider African telecommunications infrastructure sector.

HTN Towers is on a strong growth trajectory, implementing cost optimisation initiatives as it addresses a significant co-location order pipeline and numerous new tower build opportunities. The Company continues to seek both organic growth and acquisition opportunities to enhance its scale and service offering, and is exploring strategic options including a potential initial public offering.

Inder Bajaj, Chief Executive Officer of HTN Towers, said: “I am delighted to announce our rebranding to HTN Towers, which heralds a new phase in the company’s growth and reflects our pan-African expansion ambitions. We remain committed to providing best-in-class service to our customers in Nigeria and elsewhere as we continue to expand.”

Paul Adepoju

Paul ADEPOJU is a Nigerian freelance journalist, managing editor, blogger and published writer (3 books already). He has vast experience working with various media organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe and America. He covers stories on various genres and for various audiences. He is the managing editor of HealthNewsNG.com which is Africa’s leading health news website; he also manages IBPulse.com, a city blog that focuses on happenings in his home town of Ibadan, southwest Nigeria. He has won several awards including Nigeria’s Vanguard Newspaper’s Young Nigerian Making The Difference award; a certificate of recognition from UNESCO and Goi Peace Institute in Japan; a finalist at the International Press Institute’s Young Nigerian Journalist of the Year award; and was the only African finalist in the NetImpact/FedEx Global Access Essay Competition.



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