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Morocco to cut call termination rates by 65-70% over 3 years

Monday 10 May 2010 | 13:29 CET | News
Moroccan telecommunications regulator ANRT has set a 65 percent reduction target for voice termination interconnection tariffs for fixed and mobile calls between 2010-2013 for Maroc Telecom (IAM) and Medi Telecom, and by 70 percent for Wana Corporate. The regulator's management committee has also set the end of asymmetric interconnection tariffs for 2013. The average target reduction for fixed termination by that year is between 24 and 40 percent. The measure is intended to stimulate competition on the fixed and mobile markets in the interest of end users. During the second half of 2011, the

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Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: ANRT / Maroc Telecom / Medi Telecom / WANA
Countries: Morocco
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