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Mobitel 4G nation winners enjoy thrilling helicopter tour in Matale


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Mobitel once again hosted a thrilling helicopter ride for its loyal customers to create awareness about the widespread nature of Mobitel’s 4G network. This island wide and interactive initiative continues to spread joy to loyal customers providing them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see various parts of Sri Lanka aerially, whilst understanding the immense nature of Mobitel’s 4G expansion. 

Past tours included sight-seeing of Galle, Ampara, Anuradhapura Trincomalee, Negombo, Batticaloa and Colombo that is now on its 08h leg.  Mobitel constantly lives up to its “We Care. Always” brand promise, and the roll-out of 4G LTE is testament to its promise to create equal access to the internet throughout the country at affordable rates. Here, the winners of Mobitel 4G Nation Campaign pose for photographs with the helicopter before taking to the skies.


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