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Paywast Launched Afghanistan’s First Currency Exchange Rate App, BOL

Paywast, Afghanistan’s first and largest provider of social media launched its BOL App, the currency exchange rate service, on September 15th, 2015. The word BOL comes from a circle of currency traders in Sarai Shahzada which sets the currency market rates in Afghanistan. BOL rates are updated almost every minute during trading hours. BOL provides Continue Reading

Paywast Partnered with AECOM in Subat Project

Paywast, Afghanistan’s first and largest provider of social media signed a contract with AECOM to provide SMS, short message service, for Subat Project on October 21st, 2014. Subat project was one of the biggest projects of AECOM that was launched in Helmand province to connect people with their governor and county executives using SMS and Continue Reading

Paywast Signed a Mutual Contract with Sefat Lalzai Ltd.

Paywast signed a mutual contract with Sefat Lalzi Ltd. on May 4th, 2015 in Kabul. Based on this contract Sefat Lalzai Ltd. will use Paywast’s Payam 1 service to send messages and information about agricultural equipment to farmers and gardeners. Sefat Lalzai Ltd. imports agricultural machinery and equipment to bring convenience for farmers. This company Continue Reading

Paywast signed a contract with Arezu TV

Paywast signed a contract with Arezu TV on September 7th, 2014. According to this contract, Paywast will help Arezu TV to expand its popular shows directly to people’s homes and receive live feedback from its viewers. Paywast will provide SMS services for viewers voting in 4 TV shows: Salaam, Andalib, Harmony, and Hamawiz. These are Continue Reading

Paywast Established The First Health Information Center in Afghanistan

Paywast, Afghanistan’s first and largest provider of social media signed a contract with the Ministry of Public Health of Afghanistan on December 1st, 2013. Based on this contract, Paywast established a Health Information Center (HIC). This project is financially supported by GAVI and is supervised by WHO. Paywast operates and leads the HIC in Jamhuriat Continue Reading