Our new benchmark on internet of things (IoT) regulation in the Middle East and North Africa shows that three countries have adopted specific regulation for IoT.
The benchmark sheds light on the licensing requirements for IoT services in 13 MENA countries, as well as the use of spectrum and identifiers such as mobile numbers.
The benchmark further shows that two countries have banned permanent roaming for IoT and require that the SIM card used in IoT devices must be from the country itself.
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