Morocco is a country in North Africa with a population of more than 36.1 million people (as of the beginning of 2018). Such a number of residents in combination with the developed mobile communication services market provides inflows of large volumes of voice traffic. To date, mobile penetration in Morocco is 109%, which is more than 39.5 million of connections. Given that, there is a high average rate in this route of about 19 cents per minute of call.
The telecommunications market in Morocco is one of the most developed on the African continent. The country has the highest penetration rates in the region. Currently there are 3 GSM operators in Morocco:
- Maroc Telecom (subscriber base being 18.3 million);
- Orange (subscriber base being 14.7 million);
- Inwi (subscriber base being 6.5 million);
Maroc Telecom is the leader in the Moroccan market, it has the best GSM coverage in the country. Orange and Inwi also have a good coverage but it covers mostly the cities. SIM-cards in Morocco cost about $2 to $3 apiece, while operators often provide for an initial loan on your account.
You can buy SIM-cards in cellular operators’ shops and other retail outlets. In branded shops you will be asked to show your passport, but in street kiosks you can try to buy the start plans without producing your papers. Due to the high average rate in this direction, the terminator can earn at least $300 to $400 in Morocco from one port of gsm gateway for call termination. The more channels are involved in traffic landing, the more you will earn.