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Pol-e-Khormi, New Baghlan City, Old Baghlan City Now Join AWCC’s Rapidly Expanding Nationwide 4G LTE Network
Kabul, Afghanistan—November 22, 2017
Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) (www.afghan-wireless.com), Afghanistan’s first mobile communications company, the founder of Afghanistan’s mobile communications industry, and Afghanistan’s only provider of 4G LTE HD Voice, data, entertainment and mobile payment services to over 5,000,000 consumers and businesses, announced today that it has expanded the Company’s 4G LTE network to Baghlan Province.
The expansion of AWCC’s 4G LTE network to Baghlan Province reflects the strong and growing demand from Afghan businesses and consumers for world-class, high speed communications services. Afghan Wireless debuted its 4G LTE Network in May 2017. Today, AWCC remains the only wireless company in Afghanistan to provide 4G LTE communications services to a rapidly growing portfolio of business and individual subscribers.
“The inclusion of Baghlan within AWCC’s 4G LTE network highlights the success of our strategy, which is to expand our Company’s 4G LTE service throughout Afghanistan,” said Mr. Amin Ramin, the Managing Director of AWCC. “We look forward to providing our subscribers in Baghlan—and soon, throughout Afghanistan—with the clearest, fastest and most technologically advanced 4G LTE wireless communications network available in the nation.”
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 4G LTE, 3.75G+, 3G, 2.5G, Voice, Data, Internet and Mobile Payment Services to more than five 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.