Morocco: Maroc Telecom Has Nearly 74 Million Customers in H1-2021

Rabat — The number of Maroc Telecom Group's customers reached nearly 74 million in the first half of 2021, up 7.5% compared to the end of June 2020.

This progress is attributable to the sustained increase in customers in subsidiaries (+ 11.1%), explained the group in a press release on its half-year results.

The mobile customer base amounted to 19.6 million clients, an increase of 0.3% in one year, driven by the prepaid customer base which gained 1.7% in the second quarter, noted the same source.

The fixed line has improved by 1% over one year to register nearly 2 million lines at the end of June 2021, said the group, adding that the broadband customer base increased by 3.3% to 1.7 million subscribers.

Internationally, the Mobile customer base reached 49,717,000 customers, including Côte d'Ivoire (10,014,000), Burkina Faso (9,954,000), Mali (9,341,000), Benin (4,893,000), Chad (4,849,000), Niger (3,078,000), Togo (2,955,000), Mauritania (2,706,000), Gabon (1,710,000) and Central African Republic (217,000).

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