Afghan Wireless Launches GPRS Services
February 7, 2008 (Cellular-News.com): Afghan Wireless has launched its GPRS upgrade, with coverage completion in 34 Provinces across Afghanistan along with the lowest denomination Af. 50/- Top Up card for its over 1.7 million subscribers.
In a press briefing at its headquarters, Afghan Wireless Managing Director, Mr. Amin Ramin said "We at Afghan Wireless believe in offering strong value propositions to our customers. We have always tried hard to give them more than their expectation. We have ensured Microwave connectivity, amazing call quality with no satellite delays, superb connectivity even on highways, and today we are announcing the completion of our coverage in 34 provinces with GPRS across Afghanistan and lowest ever denomination Top Up Card for the entire Afghan Wireless family, A family of over 1.7 million people, a family which believes in investing together in the country, a family which loves the motherland with a pride. This spirit of Afghan customers is shown in our fastest growing customer base in the country."
Mr. Amin also said, "When Afghan Wireless offers something new, it is much more value addition compared to our competition and always has more benefits to the customers as we are driven by the vision of our Chairman Mr. Ehsanullah Bayat to give more value for money to our customers."
Statistics from the Mobile World show that Afghan Wireless ended last September as the second largest operator in the country, but only a shade behind number one, Roshan.