-- Kandahar High Speed Service Marks Latest Success For AWCC Strategy To Deliver Global Class Broadband Service To All Major Afghan Cities in 2015
KABUL, Afghanistan, June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- 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 voice, data and mobile banking services to consumers and businesses, announced the expansion of its Smartphone services with new 3.75G high-speed broadband network service in the city of Kandahar.
Now, AWCC's Kandahar based consumer and business clients can use one of eight customizable service plans to talk in the clearest most natural sound possible via AWCC use of HD VOICE. AWCC's clients will also be able to send and receive the largest data files, access the fastest download speeds and utilize an array of the most innovative file sharing, streaming, video and data services by using AWCC's 3.75G high speed broadband solution—Afghanistan's most advanced and dependable high speed network.
Kandahar's inclusion within AWCC's rapidly expanding broadband service area, is one of many positive results arising from AWCC's intensive investments in world class broadband solutions and transmission systems. AWCC is providing the latest in Smartphone support technology by utilizing Dual Carrier-HSPA+(High Speed Packet Access plus) technology at each of its 3G sites. This solution enables Dual Carrier-HSUPA (high speed uplink packet access) for the first time in Afghanistan, permitting uplink data rates of up to 42 Mbps per cell, giving AWCC customers the fastest 3.75G services available.
Afghan Wireless has also implemented Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) as part of its deployment, making AWCC the first and only mobile communications company in Afghanistan with IPv6 today. AWCC's clients can learn more about how to use their new 3.75G high speed broadband service by reading the Company's 3.75G Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Information Sheet: http://afghan-wireless.com/internet-3g2g/3g-internet/3g-faqs/.
"The launch of AWCC's 3.75G Smartphone high speed broadband service in Kandahar illustrates, once again, that AWCC is far better positioned than its competitors, in our ability to provide World Class solutions to Afghan consumers and businesses," said Mr. Amin Ramin, AWCC's Managing Director.
"Our competitors have failed to make the level of investments in the Kandahar region, that are crucial to providing the highest standard of communications service," Mr. Ramin said. "AWCC has the largest network in the region and our 3G Smartphone services will be the fastest available in Kandahar," he said. "Most importantly, AWCC will continue to grow its network within the region, so that the people of Kandahar, by using AWCC, will have access to the fastest, most advanced, mobile communications services."
"By the end of 2015, AWCC will be the only mobile communications company offering high speed broadband services in every major city in Afghanistan," said Mr. Ramin.
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 Banking 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.
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