Moroccan telcos to offer free WiFi in Casablanca

Operators signed an agreement with the local government
Moroccan telcos to offer free WiFi in Casablanca


Maroc Telecom, Medi Telecom (Meditel) and Inwi (Wana) have signed an agreement with the local government of Casablanca to offer free Wi-Fi in the area until the end of 2015, as Agence Ecofin reports.

Initially, the service will be available at the Arab League Park, Nevada Square, Casa Port Station, Hassan II University, Mohammed V Square, Hassan II Mosque, Moulay Abdallah Street, the Faculty of Medicine, United Nations Square, Derb Ghallef and Maarif/Twin Centres. Going forward, hotspots will also be deployed in ten neighbourhoods of Casablanca. 

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