Mobile telecommunications tremendous growth in the 21st century made ITU define wireless communications as the driver of ICT in the world. Advent of this technology to Iran, like every other new technology, leads to superior changes in economic, socio-cultural, political, defensive and security aspects. None of the research done on national security has directly focused on mobile telecommunications industry. The aim of this paper is to propose a structural model for the enhancement of mobile telecommunications with regards to national security interests. To fulfill this aim, we first define the research question and problem solving method using systematic approach. The research guidelines are then studied one after another. After identifying influential elements and their interrelations, the development model, which is a directed graph, would be introduced using Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) method. Key elements of the model are: National Security, National Interests, Foresight, Understanding the Environment, Problem solving design approach, Breakthrough Thinking, Selected theory-driven development, Communications Regulatory Agency, Strategic Intentions and Upstream Documents and Macro trends. The final model presents how Strategic Intentions turn into action plans under the influence of Global Macro trends. Proposing segmentation based on different layers of the model for better implementation and the long-term effects of national decisions and accomplishments on global drivers constitute other achievements of the modeling.