Communications in Morocco

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Official Language
Other Languages Spoken
60% of the population speak Moroccan Arabic while 30% to 40% speak the Berber of the early Egyptians. Moreover, it is important to note that French is the second language of Morocco and occupies a very important place in public life. Finally, Spanish is also spoken in the north of the country. Berber is widespread and English is mainly used by Moroccans who have studied abroad (mainly in the United States).
Business Language
French is used with Arabic for administration.
Getting Some Knowledge
Speak Moroccan and Learn Moroccan Arabic - method to learn Moroccan dialectal Arabic - French/Arabic vocabulary Babel Project - French/Arabic/Amazighe vocabulary
Free Translation Tools
Arjeeb : Dictionary and translation online
Ectaco : Online dictionary

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Quality of Communications
Numerous telephone shops offer local and international calls at reasonable prices.
Mobile telephone network covers the majority of the territory (excepting mountainous areas) and seems practical even if the calls are expensive.
Telephone Codes
To Make a Call From Morocco, Dial 00
To Make a Call to in Morocco, Dial +212 + 6 for mobile phones or 212 + 5 for fix phones.
Number of Digits of National Telephone Numbers
9 digits
Mobile Telephone Standards
National Mobile Phone Operators
There are 3 operators who by order of importance are: Maroc Telecom, Meditel and Wana

Availability of Internet

Internet Suffix
National Internet Access Providers
There are more than 500 service providers, but only 2 access providers: Maroc Télécom through its subsidiary company Ménara and Wana.
Access in Public Places
Wifi has developed rapidly and is already present in certain cafés, bars, restaurants and reading centers of big cities.
Access in Hotels
Wifi is available in certain big hotels as well as in certain riads.

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