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Afghan Senate proposes reduction in phone call charges

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Afghan Senate proposes reduction in phone call charges

The Afghan Senate proposed the cost of a one-minute call, which is currently 2-3.5 AFN to be reduced to one Afghani.

The communications commission head, Javed Rauf, put the legislative decree forward before the house for approval on Sunday.

According to Rauf, the cost of one minute calls from one telecom network to another should be brought down to one Afghani, because the real prize was only 5 cents.

The Meshrano Jerga or the Senate welcomed the suggestion.

This came after the Meshrano Jirga or the Senate approved imposing a 10% tax on mobile-phone users.


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