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* SLT-MOBITEL brings its unmatched connectivity closer with 4G Router Home delivery service
Sun, Jul 17, 2022, 09:11 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

July 17, Colombo: Reiterating its commitment to offering greater convenience and superior user experience, SLT-MOBITEL the National ICT Solutions Provider is further extending its services with 4G Router Home Delivery, providing free of charge delivery service for the purchase of 4G routers.

The home delivery service enables customers to purchase devices at the convenience of their homes, eliminating the need to physically visit a store to obtain connectivity.

In addition, the 4G Router Home Delivery service is part of SLT-MOBITEL’s broader vision in further enhancing customer centricity and offering a timely solution to customers at a time when the country is facing national level challenges that are deterring the day-to-day commutes.

The SLT-MOBITEL 4G router delivery service ensures the product is brought to the doorstep through an mAgent. Customers can simply call 1717 or visit and place an order along with their details. SLT-MOBITEL will deliver a Home 4G Router along with the connection to customers’ doorstep. The delivery charge will be completely waived off.

SLT-MOBITEL is increasingly innovating ways that make it easier and more convenient for customer to have access to what they need and not miss out. Further, as an added service of the doorstep delivery, customers can also request new Mobile connections and SIM replacements.


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