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FARAKHABAR: 10 May 2014 [TOLOnews (Afghanistan)]
[May 11, 2014]

FARAKHABAR: 10 May 2014 [TOLOnews (Afghanistan)]

(TOLOnews (Afghanistan) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The Afghan Minister of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) Amirzai Sangeen said that the satellite will bring major change in communication and in broadcasting. According to Sangeen, Afghanistan will pay $4 million annually to EutelSat, but? will have a $15 million income per annuum.

To watch the program, click here:{youtube}6souOWFnE7g{/youtube} The Minister of Communication and Information Technology further said that with the launching, television networks will be able to broadcast programs with digital quality and with less money inside and outside the country. Satellite will also support citizens across the country to get access to communication and internet services with lower prices.

The contract singed for this purpose between Afghanistan and EutelSat has also followed major criticisms.

Some critics claim that the satellite is disabling and will not last long.

How will the first Afghan satellite conduct activities and how long will it's life span be? Following guests are: Beryalai Hesam: Deputy Minister of Communication and Information Technology for Technical Affairs Obaid Ahmad: IT engineer and member of Afghanistan Solidarity Party (c) 2014 TOLONews. All rights reserved. Provided by, an company

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