On Tuesday May 14th 2013, under the chairmanship of the Head of Government Mr. Abdelillah BENKIRANE, the ninth meeting of the Management Committee of the Universal Telecommunications Service (CGSUT) was held at Government headquarters.
The Board of Directors of the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) was held on May 14th 2013 at Government headquarters under the chairmanship of the head of Government, Mr. Abdelillah BENKIRANE.
The first quarter of 2013 was characterized by the evolution of key market indicators, including those relating to use, price, and access. Thanks to the activation of regulatory monitoring on interconnection rates and the launch of new offers by operators, this quarter reflects significant competitive dynamics.
As every year, in partnership with INSEAD, the World Economic Forum (WEF) publishes a report on the developments achieved by countries in the information technology sector.
L’Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications (ANRT) publie les indicateurs de qualité de service des réseaux nationaux de 2ème génération (voix 2G) et de 3ème génération (voix 3G) , mesurés durant la période du 19 février au 10 mars 2013.
ANRT published the 2012 figures of the telecommunications sector in Morocco, showing significant growth in various segments throughout the four quarters of the year.
Through decision N°01/13 of January 21st 2013, ANRT approved the technical offers and interconnection rates in the IAM and Médi Telecom mobile networks for 2013.
This new decision reiterated the measures taken by the Agency’s 10/25 decision from January 25th on the multi-year price cap on endpoint interconnection traffic rates.
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) publishes service quality indicators of the national 2nd generation (2G voice) network measured during the period of September 27th to October 23rd 2012.
ANRT has published decision n° 09/12 from 21 Muharram 1436 (December 6th 2012), amending and supplementing decision n° 01/11 from 27 Safar 1432 (February 1st 2011) on the terms and conditions of implementing number portability.
ANRT has just come to a decision on establishing endpoint interconnection traffic rates in the fixed and mobile networks of Itissalat Al-Maghrib (IAM), Médi Télecom, and Wana Corporate for 2013.