Rabat - Morocco has the cheapest digital subscription for ADSL in the Arab world in 2015, a new report from the Arab Advisors Group revealed.
Rabat – Morocco has the cheapest digital subscription for ADSL in the Arab world in 2015, a new report from the Arab Advisors Group revealed.
The report, which provides an analysis for the price of residential broadband ADSL in 19 Arab countries, said that Morocco and Tunisia have the lowest ADSL fees in the Arab world, while Sudan has the highest average ADSL fees.
The report, which was released on August 10th, said that Morocco has the Arab World’s minimum total annual cost of residential ADSL services (US$ 145 per year), while Sudan has the maximum (US$ 2,652 per year).
Meanwhile, the GCC countries take the lead with the lowest rates “when rates are analyzed in relation to GDP per capita in each country,”said the report.
The report noted that ADSL remains the prevailing fixed Internet broadband technology in the Arab World, although Internet fiber technologies are emerging in the region.
The Arab Advisors Group based this report on an analysis of the rates for the residential broadband ADSL in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen.
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