brings partner initiative to Afghanistan brings partner initiative to Afghanistan is launching its services in Afghanistan.

The firm has become the first conferencing provider present by operator partnership within the country, allowing businesses and communities across Afghanistan to access local and global conference calling for free. 

Local fixed or mobile service providers are able to monetise their networks and add new sustainable revenue streams to their businesses by partnering with The firm’s local operator partners in Afghanistan can benefit from immediate entry into the conferencing market, with increased network traffic and no capital expense.

The telecommunications sector in Afghanistan has grown into a $1.81 billion per year industry, according to USAID. Over 32 million people in Afghanistan can make conference calls and connect across the globe using free communication services with

Josh Lowenthal, President of, said: “By providing our cost-free, high-quality communication services we aim to change the way that people around the globe communicate with one another.”

The unique partnership model has been developed to specifically address the increasing demand for conference calling services, with a model that is built to benefit local fixed and mobile voice service providers and end users. The tool allows users instant and limitless local access to audio, screen sharing and video services.


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