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Celebrating 444 launch
Celebrating 444 launch

Dialog Axiata unveiled Sri Lanka’s largest booking platform ‘444’ a new extension to its identity by enabling convenient access over 150 stylists in partnership with Club Soirte, a renowned service provider who joined standard service providers in the areas such as salons, spas, medical and aesthetic centres.

The exclusive event was highlighted featuring the stylists, salon and lifestyle owners, lifestyle and fashion bloggers and media personnel.

444 app is the key to access the best salons and spas via appointments. 444 redefines the service providing to an extremely different level by bringing a novel reservation system for appointments.

This application is very convenient which saves time for the masses with their busy life style. 444 replaces the traditional method of calling multiple salons to select the best one to have an appointment which waste one’s time.

Vice President - Digital Services, Dialog Axiata PLC, said Fariq Cader “We are pleased to collaborate with Club Soirte to deliver next generation lifestyle booking services in Sri Lanka.

We are certain 444 will add significant value to its customers and also the multiple partner salons and spas as they move one step ahead to extend services via digital.”

Club Soirte’s partner operator salons and spas on 444 include Mane Studio, BeWaxed, Jaal Salons, Mosh, The Wax Museum, Zen Island, Siddhalepa, MK Style Studio, Chagall, Gavin Ryan’s Salon & Spa, Waxed Colombo and Capello Salons. In addition 444 enable customers to book upcoming, latest events and shows in Sri Lanka, doctors, movies and transport too.

Also it updates the customers with business and offers.

At the event Founder of Club Soirte said Teruni De Silva, “It is indeed an honour for Club Soirte to collaborate with Dialog 444. We look forward to enabling our partner operators who have been supportive of the venture since its inception, to further expand their client base and be part of a digitally disruptive expansion that is the first of its kind in Sri Lanka”.