Afghanistan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) for the first time inaugurated 4G internet services in Afghanistan on Thursday.
The 4G internet services activated with high speed and lower cost in Kabul city and the service will be expanded to all across the country in the near future.
Managing Director of AWCC, Amin Ramin said, “today, the 4G internet services activated with the ability to 300 MB in seconds in Kabul city and will be expanded to all provinces in the nearest time.”
Afghanistan Minister of Communication and Technology, Najibullah Azizi called the 4G internet service by AWCC an effective step for the growth of economic. “We once again took an important step in terms of infrastructural development and service development with the activation of 4G internet services.”
In short, 4G is the name given to the fourth generation of mobile networks, just as the previous generation is called 3G.
AWCC with 4G offers users faster, more reliable mobile broadband internet for devices like smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Afghan Wireless is the nation’s largest provider of telecommunication services. The company launched Afghanistan’s first wireless communication services in April 2002.