- About Us
- Why Us
The internet in Afghanistan is gaining positive momentum and the number of internet service providers and users is growing. The war in Afghanistan destroyed the telecommunications infrastructure that had already been suffering serious disrepair due to neglect by the Taliban government. Added to this was the fact that the internet in Afghanistan was banned by the Taliban government.
It has been a huge job rebuilding the telecommunications infrastructure in the country and getting the internet in Afghanistan up and running again. One company that has become a leader in the development of the telecommunications infrastructure in the country and instrumental in getting developing the internet in Afghanistan is NEDA Telecommunications.
Established in 2003, NEDA was the first telecommunications company to be granted an official licence by the government to setup telecommunications and internet in Afghanistan. NEDA is committed to building and developing an infrastructure and networks that will facilitate the economic and social growth of Afghanistan.
We want to ensure that affordable communications are brought to both the urban and rural areas alike. Our vision is to get Afghanistan connected to the rest of the world and to be able to enjoy all the economic and social benefits of internet in Afghanistan.
NEDA, from starting with dial-up moved into wireless broadband services and has become the leading provider of internet in Afghanistan. With 3 world class satellite station facilities in Kabul, Jalalabad and Mazar-i-Sharif that are connected to one of the world’s most modern and well-developed satellite platforms, NEDA is able to provide these three major cities with secure high speed wireless services. We also offer VSAT services on 5 satellites to the majority of the provinces and urban centres in the country.
NEDA is the leading provider of internet in Afghanistan and are constantly updating our technology and know-how in order to remain in a position of strength. Contact NEDA Telecommunications for more information on the internet in Afghanistan.