Another internet access provider will join the Tunisian market in the first quarter of 2019.
BEE, a joint venture formed by Tunisian and foreign investors, will initially offer ADSL and VDSL services before extending its services to other branches like the FTTH, IPTV and telephony, the new company’s operations manager Karim Labidi said.
According to the manager, the project is administratively and technically ready for launch. A network of sales points is actually being installed in the country to be as close to clients as possible to meet their needs.
BEE is counting on proximity and competitive prices to quickly gain a spot in the competitive market.
According to the last stats for the national telecommunications agency, Tunisia’s internet market is currently shared by five private access providers and some public operators.
The market had 9,802,768 subscribers and, the fixed line segment was dominated by Tunisie Telecom while the mobile was dominated by Orange Tunisie.