Orange Morocco is committed to an investment program of 5.69 billion dirhams

An 8th investment agreement has just been signed between Medi Telecom (Orange Morocco) and the government for the implementation over the next three years of an investment program of 5.69 billion dirhams. This agreement is part of the group’s commitment to developing and strengthening the telecommunications infrastructure in the Kingdom.

“This investment program will enable the operator to pursue the development and reinforcement of its telecommunications infrastructure as well as the deployment of High and Very High Speed ​​Mobile and Fixed Internet in Morocco. The objective is to continue to support the digitalization of economic players in the different regions of the Kingdom, while promoting the creation of new jobs,” Orange Morocco said in a press release.

In concrete terms, the group plans to pursue the development of 4G and mobile coverage to support the growth in usage and thus continue to offer its services according to the best international standards. These investments go at the same time, allowing Orange to maintain its efforts to digitize and automate its processes for the development of new products and services relevant to Moroccans.

In addition, Orange Morocco plans to continue building its FTTH (Fiber To The Home) infrastructure with the aim of aligning with the Government’s guidance note aimed at accelerating the deployment of the National Broadband Plan.

Since 1999, when MEDI TELECOM was created (under the Orange brand since 2016), the operator has granted nearly 105 billion dirhams (including licensing costs) to develop its activities in the different regions of the country, indicates the same source.

“With this 8th agreement, Orange Morocco demonstrates its permanent commitment to developing the Kingdom’s telecommunications networks, with the aim of responding to the continuous growth of traffic and continuing to offer a high-quality customer experience”, specifies the group.

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