Morocco ranked 2nd in 4G availability in Africa according to OpenSignal report.
Rabat – Morocco is 2nd best performing country in terms of 4G availability in Africa. Ahead of South Africa and Kenya, Morocco scored 77.2%, according to UK mobile data firm “OpenSignal” in its last report.
In the report, OpenSignal states that Morocco, ranking behind Senegal, is outperforming some of the more advanced markets in “a field largely dominated by South Korea, Japan, and Norway on a global scale.”
According to the report, Morocco is also in Africa’s top 5 in terms of bit rate, the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time. It scored 11.2 Mbps (Megabits per second) behind Tunisia scoring 13.4 Mbps.
South Africa ranked first in terms of Mobile data download speed with 15 Mbps. Morocco (11.2 Mbps) far outstripped Egypt (8.6 Mbps) and Ivory Coast (6.7 Mbps) in terms of download speed.
Nigeria, Senegal and Ghana all showed speeds of around 5 Mbps, while Algeria has an average download speed of only 3.1 Mbps.