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Arpico supermarkets now accept water bill payments

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Arpico Supercentres, Daily Supermarkets and Arpico Showrooms island-wide are now geared to accept their customers’ water bill payments from 1st June onwards. 
This is in line with their continuous efforts in redefining the lifestyle services offered within the Arpico Brand space.
On top of this service, Arpico Supercentres, Daily Supermarkets and Showrooms also provide Mobile Bill Payment facilities and selected Credit Card Bill Payment facilities to customers and will soon be accepting electricity bill payments as well and thereby provide a myriad list of conveniences to its shoppers.
Richard Pieris & Co. PLC is a diversified business conglomerate with a rich history of 84 years. Its flagship brand “Arpico” has been one of the most powerful local household brands in Sri Lanka for over 50 years, serving the community with a diverse range of products across many sectors such as manufacturing, plantations, financial services, exports, FMCG, construction, logistics  & retail. 

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