Etisalat launches 3.75G network

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Sri Lanka will experience fast, smart and meaningful Broad Band Services, as the company expands towards providing the first and only 3.75G technology to be introduced to Sri Lanka, capable of very fast Internet access, mobile TV applications, video streaming and video calls. The expansion further supports the latest in Value Added Services (VAS), Billing and all IT/communication services.
This launch also introduces to Sri Lanka the HUAWEI S7 android tablet, for the unbelievable price of less than 31,000SLR, a tab bundled with a year’s data package. This gives users a unique platform for using applications of their choice, anywhere they are, powered by the amazingly fast 3.75G Etisalat connections. This launch further renders a fabulous opportunity for Corporate and SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) markets to purchase Wi-Fi routers and other apt on-line packages, courtesy of Etisalat’s revolutionary 3.75G technology. 
Etisalat CEO, Dumindra Ratnayaka said, “We have realized that Mobile broadband penetration is still at its early stage in Sri Lanka. Extensive research carried by Etisalat identified the key barriers for the growth of Internet in Sri Lanka. We have identified these areas and will overcome them having understood the potential and aiming at breaking all barriers by reaching out at a grass root level.” He added, “Broadband coverage will expand, covering all the districts and key cities in Sri Lanka with continuous and rapid expansion. This service will take us closer to achieving our ultimate goals of providing unsurpassed services and reaching out to our consumers…it is yet another instance of Etisalat tailoring its services, just for you”. Etisalat’s Internet based products will be available at all Etisalat main dealer outlets, customer care and Shop in shop channels.

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