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SLT-Mobitel to provide connectivity solutions for microbusiness

24 January, 2021

SLT-Mobitel will launch the ‘Power to Your Dreams’ campaign to provide the latest connectivity solutions to microbusinesses tomorrow, January 25.

This program will provide ICT solution packages encompassing products and services essential for microbusinesses, at maximum affordability.Understanding the connectivity needs of the microbusiness segment, the promotion provides them solutions that fulfil their needs. Accordingly, communication, business networking, cloud technology, entertainment and IoT, communications devices and business infrastructure services for various market segments within the microbusiness ecosystem is provided using SLT-Mobitel products and services such as voice and mobile telephony, 4G LTE, SLT Broadband, SLT Fibre and Peo TV services.

General Manager, SME Business Development, Sri Lanka Telecom, Sanjeewa Jayamaha said, “Microbusinesses are the bedrock of Sri Lanka’s economic activity, supporting day to day transactions for millions of people. It is vitally important that they receive the full benefit of the connectivity solutions offered by the national ICT solutions provider, Sri Lankan Telecom.

“The brand unification of SLT-Mobitel means now we can offer a full bouquet of products and services to our clients. This promotion will ensure that microbusinesses from various segments can now access the connectivity solutions most important for their businesses to thrive,” he said.

Microbusinesses operating in entertainment and leisure, fashion and beauty, daily essentials, medical and health care, education, special occasion services, financial services, e-commerce and software development, professional services, construction support and transportation and delivery services will benefit from the packages crafted by SLT-Mobitel.

Business owners can now fulfil all their communication needs under one roof with easy payment options, he said.