The first quarter of 2017 confirms the positive momentum of the Internet segment, primarily in mobile networks, which translates into fleet size and usage levels.
As in previous years, ANRT has continued its quality of service (QoS) campaigns offered by the telecommunications’ mobile (2G/3G) network operators.
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency publishes the telecommunications sector dashboards ending on the 31st of December 2016.
INPT kicks off the 2017 CPGE Campaign. It is an information caravan for students in their 2nd year of preparatory classes at Grandes Ecoles (elite French universities) (CPGE), by presenting INPT, its curriculum and courses, job prospects and admission requirements.
Tender opening, on December 22, 2016, of four tenderers for the consultation for the establishment and operation of the centralized database for number portability. Results are expected in the first quarter of 2017.
ANRT issues decision No. 05-16 of the 26th of September 2016 at the end of the sanctions procedure set up by the Agency countering Itissalat Al-Maghrib. This decision was published in the Official Gazette No. 6510 of the 20th of October 2016.
For the past two years, ANRT has opened access to the INTP engineering program to student civil servants in the field of NTIC working in the administrations and public institutions of the targeted African countries. This is part of the collaboration with the African countries.
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency publishes the telecommunications dashboards for the second quarter of 2016. The main indicators have undergone several changes during this period.
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency, in cooperation with the three mobile operators, assigns an additional prefix (07) for mobile telephony needs. This will enable customers to have new mobile phone numbers starting with 07 and in the form of (07AB xxxxxx).
The first quarter of 2016 was marked by a stabilization of the main indicators of the telecommunications market. Measured by an average revenue per minute (ARPM), mobile communications prices recorded an annual decline of 29%. At the end of March 2016, the mobile ARPM reached 0.22/DHHT/min compared to 0.31/DHTT/min at the end of March 2015.