Naqdina and afghan wireless create mobile payment system
In September 2015, Afghan Wireless Communication Company announced a key partnership with Naqdina, a payment services provider, to bring electronic mobile payment options to its customers.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Naqdina and Afghan
In September 2015, Afghan Wireless Communication
Company announced a key partnership with Naqdina, a
payment services provider, to bring electronic mobile
payment options to its customers.
Now, Afghan Wireless customers can use the Naqdina
network, including mobile applications, self-service kiosks,
point-of-service terminals, and service centers, to top up
mobile device accounts. Naqdina provides in-person
services in Kabul, Ghor, Herat, and Badakhshan, and it
makes its payment system available nationwide through
Through its partnership with Naqdina, Afghan Wireless aims
to bring even more flexibility to account management
options for its customers. The partnership also
demonstrates the mobile communication company’s
dedication to advancing the mobile payment industry.
At present, Afghan Wireless supports more than 4 million
business and consumer clients living in all 34 provinces of
Afghanistan. In addition to mobile payment services, the
company offers high-speed voice and data services. Afghan
Wireless is committed to bringing broadband services to all
major cities in the country by the end of 2015.
In order to continue bringing industry-leading services and
reliability to its customers, Afghan Wireless has formed
strategic partnerships with a range of companies, including
more than 400 wireless carrier networks in over 120