International Conference Calls
- The chairperson and the participants can connect to your Morocco conference
call from virtually any phone including landlines, mobile phones, VoIP phones, and Skype.
Our international conference calling plan solves the obstacle
of communicating together from more than one country.
You can set up an international conference call that has international access numbers for over 100 countries.
Instead of requiring participants to dial an international number, simply give them the local access number for
their specific country.
Toll free international access numbers are available, including a toll free international conference call access
number for Morocco.
Morocco connections to your conference call can be
enabled using the free mobile 'Connect App'.
Use Case | if you host a global audio call in Ireland and have participants
in Morocco, instead of issuing your phone number in Ireland, issue a phone number that's local to Morocco.
Your Moroccan participants will appreciate local or toll free access and will no longer be faced with figuring
out how to make an international phone call or justify the cost of the call.
Signing up with a pay-as-you-go international conference calling service is a fantastic way to communicate with
participants in Morocco and around the world.
There are no contracts, minimum usage requirements, or monthly fees. Meanwhile, call quality is excellent, and
these affordable month-to-month global conferencing plans are loaded with useful features including moderator dial-out,
MP3 recording, 24/7 live operator assistance, a live conference viewer, and much more.
Sign up for an international conference calling plan today and experience a better way to communicate with your
colleagues, friends, and family members in Morocco and any other country.
The Kingdom of Morocco is located in the Maghreb region of North Africa and is one of just three countries with
both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines. As of mid-2014, Morocco had a population of 32,987,206.
Morocco is a constitutional monarchy which means that Morocco's king has more authority than its elected government.
As a developing economy, Morocco has faced several common issues such as economic growth and privatization.
Its telecommunications reform efforts began in 1998 with the creation of an independent regulatory authority, the
National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority.
Privatization began afterward when Morocco partially privatized some telecommunications companies. Prior
to that, only one operator, Maroc Telecom, provided fixed line telecommunications services in Morocco. Not only
that, the Moroccan government owned 34.1 percent of the company.
According to the CIA World Fact Book, Morocco's telecommunication systems is in decent shape and consists of open-wire
lines, cables, and microwave radio relay links. Casablanca and Rabat are home to the main telecommunications switching
centers for the nation. Morocco's national telecom network is almost completely digital with fiber optic links.
Rural telephone service has been improved, relying primarily on microwave radio relay.
In 2012, Morocco had about 3.28 fixed-line telephones in use for a tele density of about 10-to-100 people and more
than 39 million mobile cellular phone subscribers for a tele density of greater than 100-to-100.
Internet service, though available throughout Morocco, tends to be pricier than in other parts of the world. Morocco
had 277,338 Internet hosts in 2012. In 2009, Morocco had 13.2 million Internet users.
Morocco serves as a landing point for several important fiber optic undersea cables which connect its telecommunications
system to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Two satellite earth stations, microwave radio relay, fiber optic links,
and coaxial cable provide connectivity to other parts of Africa and Europe.
Morocco's telecommunications market is largely considered one of the most advanced in Africa, and it is managed
by an independent regulator. It's vibrant mobile sector is served by three mobile operators, each of which also
offers Internet services over their mobile networks.
Morocco's mobile market is served by the following operators
- Maroc Telecom
- Medi Telecom
- As is common around the world, the fixed line market in Morocco is declining
as consumers flock to mobile cellular services. Likewise, Morocco's ADSL broadband Internet market (roughly 15
percent in 2013) is declining as consumers flock to 3G mobile services (roughly 85 percent in 2013). Meanwhile
the main mobile operators in Morocco have also been introducing LTE technology into their networks.
Morocco's Phone Numbering System
Morocco's phone numbering system provides clues as to what type of phone that number is attached to. For example,
a Moroccan phone number with a 4-digit prefix that begins with 05 belongs to a mobile phone while a number with
a 4-digit prefix that begins with 06 belongs to a landline. Three-digit codes with a 0X0 format (such as 060 or
080) belong to companies with centralized phone systems.
Morocco Conference Calls
International Conference Call Features
- 100 country toll free access expanded plan
- Morocco Toll access number included
- Dial-out rates to 196 countries
- No activation fee
- No monthly fees
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract term
- 24 hour customer and operator support
- [ 0 0 ] summons on-call operator, 24/7
- Chairperson dial pad commands
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic emailed attendance report
- MP3 session recording of any conference call
- Monthly PDF itemized invoice
- Free mobile app for easy conference call access
- Offer international toll free access numbers
to your team members who travel
abroad so they can easily connect to your global conference call meetings.
- Host multi-country conference calls. Our conferencing bridge is located in the U.S. but the
moderator can initiate a conference call from any country.
You can now have 'toll free' multi-country conference calls from the following countries:
- Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas,
Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia,
Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sweden, Switzerland,
Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, Turkey, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.
can host or attend global conference calls from the following Moroccan cities:
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the Morocco conference call.
Morocco's Major Trading Partners
View Morocco Trading Partner Data
As an example, your office in Morocco can host a conference call with your exporter company located in China or
List of Morocco
LAMHARZI TRANS LINE SARL
Emergency Airfreight Systems
Union Trans Shipping
Shine Line Shipping
Master Project Logistics
Cooltoad Group Shipping
Med Freight Logistics
MARITIME SHIP SERVICES
Mena Transport Logistic S.A.R.L.
Maritime Ship Services
Fast Global Logistics
Univers Sea Freight
Oceanic Maritime Co Ltd
Jumbo Trading Company
Mondiale Ship & Freight
MEDCARGO Full Line Moving Services
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Morocco toll free conference calls are an easy
way to collaborate with other international meeting attendees.
Morocco Toll-Free access number
(actual Morocco number sent upon
MP3 session recording makes it
convenient to record and retain MP3 files of any recorded conference calls.