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Etisalat Afghanistan Annual Holy Quran Competition 2012 commences in Kabul

Kabul, June 13, 2012: Etisalat Afghanistan, the fastest growing telecommunications company in Afghanistan, has today announced the launch of Annual Holy Quran Recitation Competition in Herati Mosque, Kabul.
Etisalat Afghanistan is organizing this competition for the 5th year running in collaboration with Ministry of Hajj & Awqaf and Ministry of Media & Information, Government of Afghanistan.


Mr. Asif Jalali performing during Etisalat Afghanistan 3G awareness event...

Mr. Asif Jalali, one of the most famous comedian and TV actor in Afghanistan performing during Etisalat Afghanistan 3G Awareness Event in Bakhtar University, Kabul.


Etisalat organizes Poetry Competition in Nangarhar

Kabul, Afghanistan May 06, 2012 – As part of its on-going corporate social responsibility drive, Etisalat Afghanistan, the fastest growing cellular operator in Afghanistan in collaboration with Directorate of Information & Culture, Nangarhar has organized the Women for Peace Poetry competition in Jalalabad.


Development of the country lies in the future of Afghans

Our mission is to keep investing in humans and technology – Al Jarwan

Kabul, May 20, 2012:Mr. Jamal Al- Jarwan, Etisalat Group Asia Cluster CEO concluded a two day visit to Kabul last week. He was accompanied by team of Etisalat Group’s Finance, HR and Project Management Staff.


Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat and Etisalat Afghanistan sign Mobile Bill payments partnership

Kabul, Afghanistan March 28, 2012 - Etisalat Afghanistan, the fastest growing cellular operator in Afghanistan and Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat today announced a partnership that will allow DABS’ customers in Kabul, to pay their electricity bills through Etisalat’s Mobile Payments system.

The service will bring about enhanced convenience as it will greatly ease bill payments for
Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat’s 300,000 customers in Kabul, by enabling customers to pay their bills using their mobile phones.