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* Dialog Television reaches 1 million Sri Lankan homes
Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 12:45 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Apr 11, Colombo: Dialog Television, Sri Lanka's Premier Pay TV service provider in the country, announced the milestone of reaching 1 million Sri Lankan homes.

Dialog Television celebrates this achievement by rewarding all existing customers with access to all channels including HD channels, at no additional charge until April 18, 2018. Additionally, package enrichment offers will be extended to customers, activating some of the best international channels in HD at no additional charge. The offers are not limited to adults, but children will have the opportunity to meet and greet some of their favorite Toon Stars at an event organized in collaboration with Cartoon Network on 21st and 22nd April, 2018. In addition, the millionth customer was rewarded with a rental free Dialog Television subscription, to enjoy the best of entertainment coupled with a 49inch LED TV.

Dialog Television was inaugurated in February 2007, and since then has revolutionized the pay-television sector in Sri Lanka, becoming the first operator to offer per day billing packages. These innovative 'pay-as-you-watch' packages opened premium content and satellite entertainment for every Sri Lankan, demonstrating the Company's commitment to inclusivity. In addition, Dialog Television has been recognized on multiple fronts for 'first time in Sri Lanka' titles, including first operator to introduce HD channels, first TV On the GO service (Dialog TVGO), first hybrid experience (ViU Hub), first Pay Per view (7th Circuit) channel that broadcasts along with cinema premier to homes across Sri Lanka based on a pay–per–view model. The latest innovation by Dialog Television was the launch of Sri Lanka's first online advertising portal, www.adhub.lk.

Commenting on this milestone Chirantha de Zoysa, Head of Business, Dialog Television said, "We strive to deliver best-in-class global and local content and entertainment to reach even remote locations island wide. We are humbled by this achievement, which demonstrates how Dialog has transformed the digital entertainment sphere in Sri Lanka. Not only homes but Dialog Television has helped to strengthen the hospitality and condominium sector as well by bringing a world of entertainment to over 10,000 rooms."

He added "Our vision is to provide the very best in local and global entertainment to all Sri Lankans in an inclusive manner, and together with our penchant for innovation, our efforts are strengthened by exclusive partnerships with some of the leading players in the regional and global broadcast business. We wish to thank our loyal viewers for their support, and look forward to innovative activations which will further empower and transform the entertainment landscape in Sri Lanka." - (Press Release)

 

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