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SLT partners Prime Land Residencies to power 10 apartment complexes with superior fibre connectivity


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Participants from Prime Residencies and SLT at the agreement signing (from left): Prime Lands Senior Legal Officer Krishanthi Gunasekara, Prime Lands Project Coordinator T.R.W. Thanuja, SLT Senior Executive Assistant Manager Chithra Kumari, Prime Lands Senior Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing Engineer Krishantha Jayasekara, Prime Lands Managing Director Manjula Weerakody, SLT Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera, SLT Chief Sales Regional Officer Imantha Wijekoon, SLT General Manager Chethana Attanayake, SLT Manager Kelum Priyantha 

 

 

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the leading telecommunication service provider in the country, entered into a partnership with Prime Lands Residencies Ltd., the trusted partner in the housing industry in Sri Lanka to power 10 condominium project with 740 units with SLT Smartline and Megaline Services via SLT’s superior fibre connectivity. 

The agreement between the two companies was signed recently at Prime Lands premises in Colombo 8, by authorised signatories, Prime Lands Managing Director Manjula Weerakody and SLT Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera. The agreement signing was also attended by other officials from both Prime Lands Residencies Ltd. and Sri Lanka Telecom PLC who were involved in the project.

SLT will be powering all 10 apartment complexes which consist of 740 units with the company’s strongest fibre-to-the-home infrastructure that will provide residents with ultra-fast internet connectivity with download speeds of up to 100 Mbps, crystal clear voice communications as well as access to high definition (HD) TV content via PEO TV. SLT’s superior ICT services will pave the way to revolutionise the digital lifestyle experience of the residents in the 10 condos.

Founded in 1995, Prime Group has grown to be Sri Lanka’s market leader in real estate and property development sectors serving every segment of this fast-paced and ever-growing market, keeping with their Vision of ‘Committed to create a better place on earth’. An undeniable dedication to excellence, an undying need to satisfy, and a continued desire for self-improvement have driven Prime Group to achieve or even exceed all goals it has set for itself. Prime Group has completed and delivered over 34 apartment projects and over 4,000 real estate projects Island wide and is proud of having a customer base of over 100,000. 

This is mutually beneficial partnership venture which can be provided SLT’s unmatched solutions to ensure the highest experience to the residents via SLT services.


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