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One of the major problems the telecommunication industry faces in providing connectivity to the unconnected, particularly in rural and remote areas, is the lack of infrastructure in these areas. Indeed, deploying a network in an isolated area can be more expensive for an operator than in an urban area, while the return on investment is not possible. This is the primary cause of the coverage divide. To remedy this, in this work, we propose a techno-economic analysis of infrastructure sharing.doi:10.52953/jvdq1380 fatcat:bfjklgcgjvawlj5h6f5i2wbmki