Communication in Afghanistan has widely developed since 2010, there are several cell-phone and mobile data provider companies in the country.
The Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority (ATRA), works within the framework of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), and was established according to the Telecommunication Law in 2005.
Afghan Telecom Corporation is the leading national provider of telecommunication services in Afghanistan.
High speed wireless access to pre-paid and post paid products and services to suit your personal and business needs. Afghan Wireless works to support rebuilding Afghanistan by its commitment to social causes through Bayat Foundation.
The first company to provide 3G services in Afghanistan.
Offering many different data packages for every need.
Neda Telecommunications has been operational in Kabul since 2002, and was the first licensed ISP in Afghanistan.
Telecoms company set up in 2003 offering a variety of international call packages.
Wasel is a telecommunication service providing company in the northern part of Afghanistan with CDMA technology.