Sat, 25 Mar 2023 Today's Paper

SLT Broadband boosts data plans for 2018, 75% increase in monthly Gigabyte volumes

8 January 2018 10:13 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the national telecommunications service provider boasts of the market’s biggest data allowance with its announcement of the increase in broadband data volumes adding up to 75 percent more Gigabytes data volumes offered for the new year 2018 at the existing prices for all its broadband packages.
With these entitled monthly data volume enhancements, SLT broadband customers would be able to consume more data and enjoy their connected digital lifestyles which is significantly increasing value for money.

These data volume increases are applicable for both existing customers of SLT as well as new broadband customers. The SLT customers are capable of experiencing its more consistent, uninterrupted and high speed internet with increased browsing at absolutely no increase in costs.

The SLT consumers enjoy this special benefit of increasing the data volumes up to 75 percent monthly total data volumes of its broadband packages compared to previously offered monthly total data volume, at the same price, due to the company’s continuous commitment as shown over a period of time every year, to be differentiated in the competition.

SLT emphasises on its unmatched broadband internet data volume as the truly number-one value for money broadband internet offers in Sri Lanka without any doubt. The SLT also provides unmatched offers throughout the year including highest monthly data volumes up to 3000 Gigabytes, highest download speeds upto 100 Mbps, shared data for multiple devices on Wi-Fi capable smart devices to SLT Broadband internet consumers enabling their growing digital requirements. SLT Broadband customers too are powered with ultra-high speed broadband through the Nationwide Fibre Optics backbone connectivity and unmatched multiple gigantic global connectivity options.

SLT is enhancing and expanding its islandwide backbone network in order to provide a superior broadband experience of the highest standards, connecting Sri Lankans with each other and to the world, while providing a wealth of information at their fingertips.

  Comments - 0

Add comment

Comments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.

Reply To:

Name - Reply Comment

Import of South Indian eggs: Sri Lanka walks on Indian eggshells

With the increase in egg prices the government decided to import eggs to regu

Wokeism: Is it destructive, or are you afraid of change? A response

In order to critically discuss a movement, we must first understand its etymo

Defeat in Ananthapuram Battle denoted the LTTE’s end

Many battles were fought during the long war between the Sri Lankan armed for

Wokeism: A Weapon of Mass Destruction?

When can one say they’ve had enough of being in a state of ‘wokeness’ a