Morocco cuts interconnection rates

Monday 7 January 2013 | 08:29 CET | News
Moroccan regulator ANRT has announced reductions in interconnection rates effective 1 January, reports Yabiladi.com. Maroc Telecom, Meditel and Wana will all charge MAD 0.03 for mobile call completion, with calls costing MAD 0.14 per minute, pre-tax. For fixed-line interconnection, tariffs will vary depending of the terminal used: MAD 0.116 for Wana's fixed wireless, EUR 0.036 for Maroc Telecom local, MAD 0.074 for Meditel and Wana, and MAD 0.113 for Maroc Telecom double transit. (MAD 1 equals approximately EUR 0.09).

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Categories: General
Companies: ANRT / Maroc Telecom / Meditel / WANA
Countries: Morocco
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