ANRT conducted a study to develop a national action plan for the development of a broadband and ultra-broadband network in the Kingdom of Morocco.
The main findings of this study include:
- Coverage of nearly the entire national population by the second-generation mobile network;
- Coverage of the main cities of the Kingdom by a third generation mobile network offering mobile broadband services;
- The collection and transmission of operator networks are primarily in radio waves, limiting the provision of broadband and ultra-broadband services.
- The backbone networks of operators are composed of optic fibre but cover only major and large urban centres.
The plan presented to the Board of Directors seeks to broaden access to high-speed telecommunications services for the entire Kingdom over the next ten years.