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Morocco has developed one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa, supported by the government's Maroc Digital 2020 strategy to encourage the development of a digital economy and on the National Broadband Plan which aims to provide fixed or mobile broadband access to the entire population by 2022. The part-privatised incumbent telco Maroc Telecom remains the dominant player in the fixed-line sector though has effective competition in the mobile sector. A key regional player, Orange Group, entered the market through the acquisition of a major stake in the telco Medi Telecom.

Morocco's fixed-line broadband market is dominated by Maroc Telecom. Despite regulatory efforts to enforce LLU and wholesale pricing there is little in the way of access to its networks and as a result the fixed-line broadband market has not developed to its potential. Nevertheless, a small number of operators, including Inwi and Orange Morocco, have begun to offer competing DSL services, albeit limited in reach. Despite these market limitations and Maroc Telecom's near monopoly, Morocco has developed some of the lowest broadband prices and highest penetration rates in Africa. This has been helped by the excellent connectivity to international fibre cables.

The introduction and extension of mobile broadband services has gone far to improving access nationally. Mobile internet by mid-2019 accounted for 93.2% of all internet connections, leaving Maroc Telecom's DSL service with most of the remainder. The dominance of mobile internet access is likely to continue given the improvements in LTE reach and capabilities, and the preference among consumers to adopt mobile solutions for both voice and data.

This report analyses Morocco's fixed-line, broadband and mobile telephony sectors, including statistics, assessments of recent regulatory measures, details on licensing regimes and spectrum auctions, and profiles of the major players. The report also includes a range of subscriber forecasts to 2024.

BuddeComm notes that the outbreak of the Coronavirus in 2020 is having a significant impact on production and supply chains globally. During the coming year the telecoms sector to various degrees is likely to experience a downturn in mobile device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and upgrading existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be postponed or slowed down in some countries.

On the consumer side, spending on telecoms services and devices is under pressure from the financial effect of large-scale job losses and the consequent restriction on disposable incomes. However, the crucial nature of telecom services, both for general communication as well as a tool for home-working, will offset such pressures. In many markets the net effect should be a steady though reduced increased in subscriber growth.

Although it is challenging to predict and interpret the long-term impacts of the crisis as it develops, these have been acknowledged in the industry forecasts contained in this report.

The report also covers the responses of the telecom operators as well as government agencies and regulators as they react to the crisis to ensure that citizens can continue to make optimum use of telecom services. This can be reflected in subsidy schemes and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.

Key developments:

Government progresses with several key telecom projects, rekindles interest in selling an 8% stake in Maroc Telecom;

Maroc Digital 2020 strategy takes shape;

Government set up digital teaching in response to COVID-19 lockdown;

Maroc Telecom designated as having SMP in several market areas;

New cable connecting Mali and Morocco comes online;

Amendment to Telecommunications Act aimed at giving greater powers to the regulator;

National Broadband Plan to 2022 extending reach of services;

Government extends telemedicine services to more rural areas;

MNP process amended to make number portings automated;

Inwi launches Morocco's first m-payment service;

Orange Maroc launches Orange Money;

Inwi and Maroc Telecom trial 5G technologies;

Report updates include the regulators market data to December 2019, telcos operating data to Q4 2019, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, assessment of the global impact of COVID-19 on the telecoms sector, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Maroc Telecom, Orange Morocco (Medi Telecom, Meditel), Inwi (Wana), Vivendi, Zain, Morocco Trade and Development Services (MTDS)

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Table Of Content

Scope

1 Key statistics

2 Regional Africa Market Comparison

2.1 TMI vs GDP

2.2 Mobile and mobile broadband

2.3 Fixed and mobile broadband

3 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecom sector

3.1 Economic considerations and responses

3.2 Mobile devices

3.3 Subscribers

3.4 Infrastructure

4 Telecommunications market

4.1 Market analysis

4.2 Government support

5 Regulatory environment

5.1 Telecommunications Law 1997

5.2 Law 55-01 of 2004

5.3 Regulatory authority

5.4 Fixed-line developments

5.5 Mobile network developments

6 Mobile market

6.1 Market analysis

7 Mobile statistics

7.1 General statistics

7.2 Mobile voice

7.3 Mobile data

7.4 Mobile broadband

7.5 Mobile infrastructure

7.6 Major mobile operators

7.7 Mobile content and applications

8 Fixed-line broadband market

8.1 Introduction and statistical overview

8.2 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks

8.3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks

8.4 Other fixed broadband services

9 Digital economy

9.1 E-commerce

9.2 E-learning

9.3 E-government

9.4 Tele-medicine

10 Fixed network operators

10.1 Maroc Telecom

10.2 Orange Morocco (Medi Telecom, Meditel)

10.3 Inwi (formerly Wana, Maroc Connect)

11 Telecommunications infrastructure

11.1 Overview of the national telecoms network

11.2 The MARWAN network

11.3 VoIP

11.4 Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)

11.5 Public call offices (teleboutiques)

11.6 International infrastructure

11.7 Data centres

12 Appendix Historic data

13 Glossary of abbreviations

14 Related reports

Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-Morocco 2019 (e)

Table 2 Growth in the number of fixed number portings 2011 2019

Table 3 Growth in the number of mobile number portings 2011 2019

Table 4 MTRs by operator 2011 2019

Table 5 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2009 2024

Table 6 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Table 7 Change in the proportion of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Table 8 Mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2011 2019

Table 9 Fall in the average price per minute for mobile services 2012 2019

Table 10 Average mobile traffic per subscriber 2012 2019

Table 11 Change in mobile network voice traffic 2005 2019

Table 12 Fall in the number of SMS sent 2005 2019

Table 13 Growth in the number of mobile internet connections, by type 2011 2019

Table 14 Change in market share of mobile internet subscribers by provider 2015 2019

Table 15 Growth in the number of active mobile internet connections, and penetration 2008 2019

Table 16 Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Table 17 Change in the number of Maroc Telecom's mobile subscribers by platform 2012-2019

Table 18 Decline in Maroc Telecom's ARPU 2009 2019

Table 19 Change in Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile revenue 2005 2019

Table 20 Change in Orange Morocco's mobile subscriber base and market share 2009 2019

Table 21 Orange Morocco revenue 2015 2019

Table 23 Increase in the total number of internet subscribers, and penetration 2009 2019

Table 24 Increase in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024

Table 25 Change in the market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP 2012 2019

Table 26 Change in the average revenue per internet subscriber 2012 2019

Table 27 Increase in the number of DSL subscribers 2009 2019

Table 28 Distribution of DSL access by speed (old style) 2012 2017

Table 29 Distribution of DSL access by speed (new style) 2018 2019

Table 30 Change in internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile 2009 2019

Table 31 Increase in the number of Maroc Telecom's internet subscribers by access technology 2009 2019

Table 32 FttP broadband subscribers 2017 2019

Table 33 Growth in the number and value of e-commerce transactions 2014 2019

Table 34 Change in fixed-line market share by provider 2013 2019

Table 35 Growth in the number of Maroc Telecom's domestic subscribers by type 2011 2019

Table 36 Change in Maroc Telecom's revenue 2008 2019

Table 37 Change in Maroc Telecom's EBITDA 2008 2019

Table 38 Growth in Orange Morocco's revenue () 2015 2019

Table 39 Change in the number of fixed and fixed-wireless lines in service 2005 2019

Table 40 Change in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2009 2024

Table 41 Decline in fixed-line voice traffic 2013 2019

Table 42 Decline in average fixed-line voice traffic 2012 2019

Table 43 Average revenue per fixed voice subscriber 2012 2017

Table 44 Decline in the number of payphones in service 2005 2019

Table 45 Increase in international internet bandwidth 2009 2018

Table 46 Historic-International internet bandwidth 1999 2009

Table 47 Historic-Fixed lines in service and teledensity 2005 2009

Table 48 Historic-ICT use of services 2010 2016

Table 49 Historic-Dial-up internet subscribers 2004 2017

Table 50 Household penetration of internet by platform 2014 2016

Table 51 Historic-Maroc Telecom internet subscribers by access technology 2003 2009

Table 52 Historic-Internet subscribers and penetration 2003 2009

Table 53 Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2000 2009

Table 54 Historic-Average SMS cost 2010 2015

Table 55 Historic-Multiple SIM card use among mobile subscribers 2012 2016

Table 56 Historic-Smartphone penetration 2012 2016

Chart 1 Overall Africa view-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita 2018

Chart 2 North Africa-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita 2018

Chart 3 Africa Top-tier Telecoms Maturity Index (Market Leaders) 2018

Chart 4 North Africa Telecoms Maturity Index by country 2018

Chart 5 North Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration 2018

Chart 6 North Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates 2018

Chart 7 Growth in the number of fixed number portings 2011 2019

Chart 8 Growth in the number of mobile number portings 2011 2019

Chart 9 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2009 2024

Chart 10 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Chart 11 Change in the proportion of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Chart 12 Mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2011 2019

Chart 13 Fall in the average price per minute for mobile services 2012 2019

Chart 14 Average mobile traffic per subscriber 2012 2019

Chart 15 Change in mobile network voice traffic 2005 2019

Chart 16 Fall in the number of SMS sent 2005 2019

Chart 17 Growth in the number of mobile internet connections, by type 2011 2019

Chart 18 Change in market share of mobile internet subscribers by provider 2015 2019

Chart 19 Growth in the number of active mobile internet connections, and penetration 2008 2019

Chart 20 Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Chart 21 Change in the number of Maroc Telecom's mobile subscribers by platform 2012 2019

Chart 22 Decline in Maroc Telecom's ARPU 2009 2019

Chart 23 Change in Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile revenue 2005 2019

Chart 24 Change in Orange Morocco's mobile subscriber base and market share 2009 2019

Chart 25 Orange Morocco revenue 2015 2019

Chart 26 Change in Inwi's mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Chart 27 Increase in the total number of internet subscribers, and penetration 2009 2019

Chart 28 Increase in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024

Chart 29 Change in the market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP 2012 2019

Chart 30 Change in the average revenue per internet subscriber 2012 2019

Chart 31 Increase in the number of DSL subscribers 2009 2019

Chart 32 Change in internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile 2009 2019

Chart 33 Increase in the number of Maroc Telecom's internet subscribers by access technology 2009 2019

Chart 34 Growth in the number and value of e-commerce transactions 2014 2019

Chart 35 Change in fixed-line market share by provider 2013 2019

Chart 36 Growth in the number of Maroc Telecom's domestic subscribers by type 2011 2019

Chart 37 Change in Maroc Telecom's revenue 2008 2019

Chart 38 Change in Maroc Telecom's EBITDA 2008 2019

Chart 39 Growth in Orange Morocco's revenue () 2015 2019

Chart 40 Change in the number of fixed and fixed-wireless lines in service 2005 2019

Chart 41 Change in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2009 2024

Chart 42 Decline in fixed-line voice traffic 2013 2019

Chart 43 Decline in average fixed-line voice traffic 2012 2019

Chart 44 Decline in the number of payphones in service 2005 2019

Chart 45 Increase in international internet bandwidth 2009 2018

Exhibit 1 Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 2 North Africa-Key Characteristics of Telecoms Markets by Country

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Morocco has developed one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa, supported by the government's Maroc Digital 2020 strategy to encourage the development of a digital economy and on the National Broadband Plan which aims to provide fixed or mobile broadband access to the entire population by 2022. The part-privatised incumbent telco Maroc Telecom remains the dominant player in the fixed-line sector though has effective competition in the mobile sector. A key regional player, Orange Group, entered the market through the acquisition of a major stake in the telco Medi Telecom.

Morocco's fixed-line broadband market is dominated by Maroc Telecom. Despite regulatory efforts to enforce LLU and wholesale pricing there is little in the way of access to its networks and as a result the fixed-line broadband market has not developed to its potential. Nevertheless, a small number of operators, including Inwi and Orange Morocco, have begun to offer competing DSL services, albeit limited in reach. Despite these market limitations and Maroc Telecom's near monopoly, Morocco has developed some of the lowest broadband prices and highest penetration rates in Africa. This has been helped by the excellent connectivity to international fibre cables.

The introduction and extension of mobile broadband services has gone far to improving access nationally. Mobile internet by mid-2019 accounted for 93.2% of all internet connections, leaving Maroc Telecom's DSL service with most of the remainder. The dominance of mobile internet access is likely to continue given the improvements in LTE reach and capabilities, and the preference among consumers to adopt mobile solutions for both voice and data.

This report analyses Morocco's fixed-line, broadband and mobile telephony sectors, including statistics, assessments of recent regulatory measures, details on licensing regimes and spectrum auctions, and profiles of the major players. The report also includes a range of subscriber forecasts to 2024.

BuddeComm notes that the outbreak of the Coronavirus in 2020 is having a significant impact on production and supply chains globally. During the coming year the telecoms sector to various degrees is likely to experience a downturn in mobile device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and upgrading existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be postponed or slowed down in some countries.

On the consumer side, spending on telecoms services and devices is under pressure from the financial effect of large-scale job losses and the consequent restriction on disposable incomes. However, the crucial nature of telecom services, both for general communication as well as a tool for home-working, will offset such pressures. In many markets the net effect should be a steady though reduced increased in subscriber growth.

Although it is challenging to predict and interpret the long-term impacts of the crisis as it develops, these have been acknowledged in the industry forecasts contained in this report.

The report also covers the responses of the telecom operators as well as government agencies and regulators as they react to the crisis to ensure that citizens can continue to make optimum use of telecom services. This can be reflected in subsidy schemes and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.

Key developments:

Government progresses with several key telecom projects, rekindles interest in selling an 8% stake in Maroc Telecom;

Maroc Digital 2020 strategy takes shape;

Government set up digital teaching in response to COVID-19 lockdown;

Maroc Telecom designated as having SMP in several market areas;

New cable connecting Mali and Morocco comes online;

Amendment to Telecommunications Act aimed at giving greater powers to the regulator;

National Broadband Plan to 2022 extending reach of services;

Government extends telemedicine services to more rural areas;

MNP process amended to make number portings automated;

Inwi launches Morocco's first m-payment service;

Orange Maroc launches Orange Money;

Inwi and Maroc Telecom trial 5G technologies;

Report updates include the regulators market data to December 2019, telcos operating data to Q4 2019, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, assessment of the global impact of COVID-19 on the telecoms sector, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Maroc Telecom, Orange Morocco (Medi Telecom, Meditel), Inwi (Wana), Vivendi, Zain, Morocco Trade and Development Services (MTDS)

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Scope

1 Key statistics

2 Regional Africa Market Comparison

2.1 TMI vs GDP

2.2 Mobile and mobile broadband

2.3 Fixed and mobile broadband

3 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecom sector

3.1 Economic considerations and responses

3.2 Mobile devices

3.3 Subscribers

3.4 Infrastructure

4 Telecommunications market

4.1 Market analysis

4.2 Government support

5 Regulatory environment

5.1 Telecommunications Law 1997

5.2 Law 55-01 of 2004

5.3 Regulatory authority

5.4 Fixed-line developments

5.5 Mobile network developments

6 Mobile market

6.1 Market analysis

7 Mobile statistics

7.1 General statistics

7.2 Mobile voice

7.3 Mobile data

7.4 Mobile broadband

7.5 Mobile infrastructure

7.6 Major mobile operators

7.7 Mobile content and applications

8 Fixed-line broadband market

8.1 Introduction and statistical overview

8.2 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks

8.3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks

8.4 Other fixed broadband services

9 Digital economy

9.1 E-commerce

9.2 E-learning

9.3 E-government

9.4 Tele-medicine

10 Fixed network operators

10.1 Maroc Telecom

10.2 Orange Morocco (Medi Telecom, Meditel)

10.3 Inwi (formerly Wana, Maroc Connect)

11 Telecommunications infrastructure

11.1 Overview of the national telecoms network

11.2 The MARWAN network

11.3 VoIP

11.4 Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)

11.5 Public call offices (teleboutiques)

11.6 International infrastructure

11.7 Data centres

12 Appendix Historic data

13 Glossary of abbreviations

14 Related reports

Table 1 Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-Morocco 2019 (e)

Table 2 Growth in the number of fixed number portings 2011 2019

Table 3 Growth in the number of mobile number portings 2011 2019

Table 4 MTRs by operator 2011 2019

Table 5 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2009 2024

Table 6 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Table 7 Change in the proportion of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Table 8 Mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2011 2019

Table 9 Fall in the average price per minute for mobile services 2012 2019

Table 10 Average mobile traffic per subscriber 2012 2019

Table 11 Change in mobile network voice traffic 2005 2019

Table 12 Fall in the number of SMS sent 2005 2019

Table 13 Growth in the number of mobile internet connections, by type 2011 2019

Table 14 Change in market share of mobile internet subscribers by provider 2015 2019

Table 15 Growth in the number of active mobile internet connections, and penetration 2008 2019

Table 16 Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Table 17 Change in the number of Maroc Telecom's mobile subscribers by platform 2012-2019

Table 18 Decline in Maroc Telecom's ARPU 2009 2019

Table 19 Change in Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile revenue 2005 2019

Table 20 Change in Orange Morocco's mobile subscriber base and market share 2009 2019

Table 21 Orange Morocco revenue 2015 2019

Table 23 Increase in the total number of internet subscribers, and penetration 2009 2019

Table 24 Increase in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024

Table 25 Change in the market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP 2012 2019

Table 26 Change in the average revenue per internet subscriber 2012 2019

Table 27 Increase in the number of DSL subscribers 2009 2019

Table 28 Distribution of DSL access by speed (old style) 2012 2017

Table 29 Distribution of DSL access by speed (new style) 2018 2019

Table 30 Change in internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile 2009 2019

Table 31 Increase in the number of Maroc Telecom's internet subscribers by access technology 2009 2019

Table 32 FttP broadband subscribers 2017 2019

Table 33 Growth in the number and value of e-commerce transactions 2014 2019

Table 34 Change in fixed-line market share by provider 2013 2019

Table 35 Growth in the number of Maroc Telecom's domestic subscribers by type 2011 2019

Table 36 Change in Maroc Telecom's revenue 2008 2019

Table 37 Change in Maroc Telecom's EBITDA 2008 2019

Table 38 Growth in Orange Morocco's revenue () 2015 2019

Table 39 Change in the number of fixed and fixed-wireless lines in service 2005 2019

Table 40 Change in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2009 2024

Table 41 Decline in fixed-line voice traffic 2013 2019

Table 42 Decline in average fixed-line voice traffic 2012 2019

Table 43 Average revenue per fixed voice subscriber 2012 2017

Table 44 Decline in the number of payphones in service 2005 2019

Table 45 Increase in international internet bandwidth 2009 2018

Table 46 Historic-International internet bandwidth 1999 2009

Table 47 Historic-Fixed lines in service and teledensity 2005 2009

Table 48 Historic-ICT use of services 2010 2016

Table 49 Historic-Dial-up internet subscribers 2004 2017

Table 50 Household penetration of internet by platform 2014 2016

Table 51 Historic-Maroc Telecom internet subscribers by access technology 2003 2009

Table 52 Historic-Internet subscribers and penetration 2003 2009

Table 53 Historic-Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2000 2009

Table 54 Historic-Average SMS cost 2010 2015

Table 55 Historic-Multiple SIM card use among mobile subscribers 2012 2016

Table 56 Historic-Smartphone penetration 2012 2016

Chart 1 Overall Africa view-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita 2018

Chart 2 North Africa-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita 2018

Chart 3 Africa Top-tier Telecoms Maturity Index (Market Leaders) 2018

Chart 4 North Africa Telecoms Maturity Index by country 2018

Chart 5 North Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration 2018

Chart 6 North Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates 2018

Chart 7 Growth in the number of fixed number portings 2011 2019

Chart 8 Growth in the number of mobile number portings 2011 2019

Chart 9 Growth in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate 2009 2024

Chart 10 Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Chart 11 Change in the proportion of prepaid and contract subscribers 2012 2019

Chart 12 Mobile market share of subscribers by operator 2011 2019

Chart 13 Fall in the average price per minute for mobile services 2012 2019

Chart 14 Average mobile traffic per subscriber 2012 2019

Chart 15 Change in mobile network voice traffic 2005 2019

Chart 16 Fall in the number of SMS sent 2005 2019

Chart 17 Growth in the number of mobile internet connections, by type 2011 2019

Chart 18 Change in market share of mobile internet subscribers by provider 2015 2019

Chart 19 Growth in the number of active mobile internet connections, and penetration 2008 2019

Chart 20 Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Chart 21 Change in the number of Maroc Telecom's mobile subscribers by platform 2012 2019

Chart 22 Decline in Maroc Telecom's ARPU 2009 2019

Chart 23 Change in Maroc Telecom's domestic mobile revenue 2005 2019

Chart 24 Change in Orange Morocco's mobile subscriber base and market share 2009 2019

Chart 25 Orange Morocco revenue 2015 2019

Chart 26 Change in Inwi's mobile subscriber base and market share 2011 2019

Chart 27 Increase in the total number of internet subscribers, and penetration 2009 2019

Chart 28 Increase in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration 2009 2024

Chart 29 Change in the market share of overall internet subscribers by ISP 2012 2019

Chart 30 Change in the average revenue per internet subscriber 2012 2019

Chart 31 Increase in the number of DSL subscribers 2009 2019

Chart 32 Change in internet subscriber market share: DSL and mobile 2009 2019

Chart 33 Increase in the number of Maroc Telecom's internet subscribers by access technology 2009 2019

Chart 34 Growth in the number and value of e-commerce transactions 2014 2019

Chart 35 Change in fixed-line market share by provider 2013 2019

Chart 36 Growth in the number of Maroc Telecom's domestic subscribers by type 2011 2019

Chart 37 Change in Maroc Telecom's revenue 2008 2019

Chart 38 Change in Maroc Telecom's EBITDA 2008 2019

Chart 39 Growth in Orange Morocco's revenue () 2015 2019

Chart 40 Change in the number of fixed and fixed-wireless lines in service 2005 2019

Chart 41 Change in the number of fixed lines in service and teledensity 2009 2024

Chart 42 Decline in fixed-line voice traffic 2013 2019

Chart 43 Decline in average fixed-line voice traffic 2012 2019

Chart 44 Decline in the number of payphones in service 2005 2019

Chart 45 Increase in international internet bandwidth 2009 2018

Exhibit 1 Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 2 North Africa-Key Characteristics of Telecoms Markets by Country

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Maroc Telecom, Orange Morocco (Medi Telecom, Meditel), Inwi (Wana), Vivendi, Zain, Morocco Trade and Development Services (MTDS)