The Post services in Afghanistan are getting Digitalized

Opening Afghan Post New Mark, Photo: Afghanpost.gov.af

Many Afghan Post offices, the National Post agency of the country, after connecting the fiber optic network, are digitized and able to provide digital (online) Post service to Afghan people.

The cost of this project is $ 900,000, which will complete in one year. Connecting the provincial and local offices to the Fiber optic network will also be part of the project.

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Afghans pass by in front of a Samsung shop in Kabul, Afghanistan July 1, 2018. Picture taken July 1, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Ahmed Wahid Wes, the Afghan Post Director said that after now the customers would be able to track their Parcels online, being wherever in the world.

Afghanistan is still in the road map to being digitalized and E-governance attracted a considerable investment in the recent years, and an example of such was the use of online application for the Passport department of the country and the Afghan Traffic Police databases.

The next step in the project is to design and create a special Afghan Post app that clients can easily access their posts with their smartphones. In this way, people will also be able to send and receive money all over the country.

Afghanistan posts operates through the 463 post offices around the country, providing postal services for collecting and delivering services at home (Afghanistan)  and abroad.

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