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Afghan Wireless’ Can Now Add Value To Their Mobile Accounts Via Naqdina’s National Payment Network
Kabul, Afghanistan—September 14, 2015—The Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) (www.afghan-wireless.com), the nation’s first mobile communications company, the founder of Afghanistan’s mobile communications market and a leading provider of 2G, 3G & 3.75G HD Voice, data and mobile payment services to consumers and businesses, announced that the Company has launched a strategic partnership with Naqdina (www.naqdina.com), a provider of electronic payment services.
AWCC customers can now use Naqdina’s network of Service Centers, Point-of-Service Terminals, Self Service Kiosks and Mobile Applications to top up to their AWCC mobile accounts.
Naqdina, with locations in Kabul, Herat, Ghor and Badakhshan, together with AWCC’s strong retail network, provides AWCC’s customers with greatly increased options for accessing in person, self service and online account management services. AWCC’s partnership with Naqdina is the latest example of how AWCC’s My Money platform is a leading mobile payments solution for Afghanistan’s most innovative companies.
“Our partnership with Naqdina provides AWCC’s clients with a tremendous array of account management options—and it also demonstrates our Company’s leadership in the mobile payments arena,” said Mr. Amin Ramin, AWCC’s Managing Director. “We look forward to our new partnership with Naqdina and to generating many years of mutual success.”
About Afghan Wireless:
The Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) (www.afghan-wireless.com), is Afghanistan’s first wireless communications company and the founder of Afghanistan’s wireless communications market. Launched in 2002 by Mr. Ehsan Bayat, Chairman of The Bayat Group (www.bayat-group.com), AWCC provides 2.5G, 3G and High-Speed 3.75G Voice, Data, Internet and Mobile Payment Services to more than four million Business and Consumer Clients, located in all of Afghanistan’s thirty-four provinces. The Company has global partnerships with 425 wireless carrier networks in 125 countries.
A leader of Afghan-based economic development, AWCC’s provides employment to more than 6,000 Afghans through its direct operations and employs more than 100,000 other Afghan citizens through its ecosystem of dealers and vendors. Additional information about AWCC is available at www.afghan-wireless.com or www.tsiglobe.com.