Roshan reaches 6 million subscribers

Telco becomes the first in Afghanistan to reach the 6 million mark
Karim Khoja reiterated the company's plan to invest $60 million a year.
Karim Khoja reiterated the company's plan to invest $60 million a year.


Afghan telecoms operator Roshan now has more than 6 million active subscribers, making it the biggest operator in the country in terms of subscribers.

Roshan said that it add added about 1 million subscribers in the past year.

Karim Khoja, CEO, Roshan, also confirmed that the telco would continue to invest $60 million a year in its infrastructure.

Since inception in 2003, Roshan has invested more than $550 million in network infrastructure to deliver voice and data services to more than 60% of the population in Afghanistan.

Roshan competes with MTN, Etisalat and Afghan Wireless Telecommunications Co in the Afghan market.

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