Moroccan GSM tender open

30 Oct 2008

Morocco’s telecoms watchdog, L’Agence Nationale de Reglementation de Telecom (ANRT) has announced that it is launching a tender process for the country’s third GSM mobile network operating licence. Tender documents will be made available on 3 November, for a fee of MAD40,000 (USD4,650). TeleGeography’s GlobalComms database notes that Wana (formerly Maroc Connect) won a 3G licence in July 2006, to add to its existing concession to offer CDMA-based services, and it is expected to bid in the upcoming auction to join rivals Maroc Telecom and Meditel in the 2G GSM-based market.



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