Etisalat Lanka introduces new ‘Super SIM’ plan; offers best local and international call charges

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As part of their commitment to providing customers with the most affordable and innovative solutions, Etisalat Lanka has reintroduced the Etisalat ‘SuperSIM’ with added offers and benefits.The new ‘Super SIM’ enables customers to call any network for as low as Rs. 1.50 per minute andcharged on per second basis, free data for browsing Facebook and WhatsAppwith every reload as well as the lowest IDD call rates to any destination around the world. Traditionally, customersare charged additionally when calling other operators and are burdened by the worryof per second and per minute billing.Due to this, short duration calls were expensive on per minute plans and long duration calls were expensive on per second plans.

The new ‘Super SIM’ plan offers solutions to both these problems as call charges are now as low as Rs 1.50 per minute to any network and calls are charged on per second billing.Furthermore, Facebook and WhatsApp are two of the most popular social media and messaging tools essential fordaily communication needs, therefore,Etisalat offers free data for both with each reload. Etisalat ‘Super SIM’ also offers the lowest IDD rates to the Middle East for as low as Rs. 10 per minute and other selected countries for as low as Rs. 1 per minute,making Etisalat the best network forIDD rates in Sri Lanka. Commenting on the new plan,Chief Commercial Officer of Et isalat Lanka, Yasser AboulAmayem said,

“A common concern an individual willface with a service provider is that they are charged more when calling a number of another operator. With the implementation of a flat calling rate system introduced by the new Telecommunicating Regulatory Commission, we have carefully considered the needs of our customers and introduced this change to our customers through the revamped ‘Super SIM’ plan. At Etisalat, we have alwaysstrived to provide customers with affordable and more efficient solutions to suit all our customer needs.”

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