The first quarter of 2015 was marked by the evolution of the main market indicators, notably those related to usage, price and access.
The deadline for submitting applications to the 3 calls for tender, originally scheduled for May 7, 2015, is extended to June 16, 2015.
Following the most recent ANRT Board of Directors meeting, the General Guidance Memo for the further development of the telecommunications sector by 2018 (NOG 2018) was adopted.
The government of the Kingdom of Morocco launches three separate calls for tenders for the granting of licenses for the purpose of:
Every year, the World Economic Forum (WEF), in partnership with INSEAD, publishes a report on the developments made by countries in the field of information technologies.
On March 18, 2015, the Head of the Government validated the investigation report drawn up by ANRT regarding the licensing of 4G mobile technologies for the establishment and operation of public telecommunications networks.
On March 12, 2015, at the ANRT headquarters, applications were opened in response to the call for tenders launched by ANRT on November 17, 2014, for the award of licenses using 4th generation mobile technologies for the establishment and operation of public telecommunication networks in the Kingdom of Morocco.
In order to improve the technical and administrative management of “.ma” domain names, ANRT has transferred the management of “.ma” domain names to a new platform designed in accordance with the international standards adopted in this field. This transfer took place on March 1, 2015.
The year 2014 was marked by further price declines of various telecommunications services, an increase in usage and growth in mobile and Internet subscriber base.
ANRT publishes the QoS indicators of the most recent campaign concerning voice services of 2nd and 3rd generation national networks and the mobile Internet service of the 3rd generation national networks (3G Internet data).