London, 11 October 2021: Helios Towers plc (“Helios Towers”, the “Company”), the independent telecommunications infrastructure company, will announce results for the three months to 30 September 2021 on Thursday 28 October 2021.
Helios Towers’ management will host a conference call for analysts and institutional investors at 09:30 BST on the day. For the best user experience, please access the conference via the webcast. You can pre-register and access the event using the link below:
Event Name: Q3RESULTS
If you are unable to use the webcast for the event, or if you intend to participate in Q&A during the call, please dial in using the details below:
Europe & International: +44 203 936 2999
South Africa (local): 087 550 8441
USA (local): +1 646 664 1960
A replay of this conference call and transcript will remain available in the Investors section of the Company’s website for a limited time at:
For further information go to:
Chris Baker-Sams - Head of Strategic Finance and Investor Relations
+44 (0)752 310 1475
Edward Bridges / Stephanie Ellis - FTI Consulting LLP
+44 (0)20 3727 1000
About Helios Towers
- Helios Towers is a leading independent telecommunications infrastructure company, having established one of the most extensive tower portfolios across Africa. It builds, owns and operates telecom passive infrastructure, providing services to mobile network operators.
- Helios Towers owns and operates telecommunication tower sites in Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Ghana, South Africa and Senegal. Following recent acquisition agreements and subject to regulatory approvals, Helios Towers expects to establish a presence in five new markets across Africa and the Middle East over the next nine months. Including these acquisitions and BTS site commitments, the Group’s total site count is expected to increase from over 8,500 towers currently to approaching 15,000.
- Helios Towers pioneered the model in Africa of buying towers that were held by single operators and providing services utilising the tower infrastructure to the seller and other operators. This allows wireless operators to outsource non-core tower-related activities, enabling them to focus their capital and managerial resources on providing higher quality services more cost-effectively.