Afghan Wireless Hits 2M

Afghan Wireless is first to 2M subscriber mark

June 23, 2008

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KABUL, Afghanistan -- Afghan Wireless Communications Company (AWCC), headquartered in Kabul, is the largest private investor in Afghanistan. Afghan Wireless offers strong value propositions to our customers and tries hard to exceed their expectations. AWCC provides microwave backbone connectivity covering over 2500 Km in all of Afghanistan's 34 provinces. The services include digital call quality with no satellite delays, conference calling, per second billing, superb connectivity on the highways and over the difficult terrain of the country. AWCC is a leader in delivering wireless and broadband communication solutions to residential and business customers.

AWCC has been nominated for the GSM Association's Best Network Quality Initiative Award for 2008. This is the second consecutive year that AWCC has been nominated for this award. This award nomination is really a tribute to all the efforts put in by Afghan Wireless to make world class GSM service in the country a reality.

The Afghan Wireless family of subscribers hit the 2 million mark on May 28, 2008 and has continued to grow. The June 17 announcement was witnessed by media covering all of the major newspapers, magazines and television stations of Afghanistan. Mr. Amin Ramin, AWCC Managing Director, announced this milestone at the AWCC corporate office in Kabul City.

Mr. Amin Ramin, AWCC's Managing Director, said, "It gives me great honor and satisfaction to announce yet another milestone achieved by us which reflects the trust of our customers in Afghan Wireless; An Afghan Company, By Afghans, For Afghans which has now grown to a family of 2 Million! A family which has shown their trust and loyalty by making us what we are today."

Afghan Wireless Communication Company

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