Rabat - INWI announced that it is preparing to launch 4G+ in twenty-one cities across Morocco, starting Wednesday, June 17th.
Rabat – INWI announced that it is preparing to launch 4G+ in twenty-one cities across Morocco, starting Wednesday, June 17th.
The cities are: Casablanca, Mohammedia, Rabat, Sale, Beni Mellal, Taroudant, Berkane, Skhirat, Al Ayoun, Oujda, Nador, Safi, Settat, Berrechid, Khouribga, Meknes, Kenitra, El Jadida, Tetouan, Martil, Fez, Marrakech, Agadir and Tangiers.
INWI CEO Frederic Debord said 4G+ would allow businesses to increase their profitability and will contribute to the development of online commerce, E-government and cloud computing.
Debord said INWI plans to invest MAD 10 billion over the next five years and part of the investment will be allocated to the deployment of 4G across national territory. Some of the investment will also be spent on extending INWI’s ADSL network, according to reports.
The third telecom operator said 4G would allow users to access content in similar or even better conditions than via ADSL. “The launch of 4G marks a new milestone in the development of telecoms in Morocco,” Debord added.