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SLT partners Yechee to power Athurugiriya Lotus Gardens Residencies with fibre connectivity

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From left: SLT Marketing Officer Sameera Ekanayake, SLT Business Development Manager Kelum Priyantha, Yechee Group Legal and Marketing Consultant K.T.L.S. Kaushalya, Yechee Group Director S.M.D. Subasinghe, SLT CEO Kiththi Perera, SLT Chief Sales and Regional Officer Imantha Wijekoon, SLT General Manager Chethana Attanayake, SLT Legal 

Officer Shiromi Saputhanthri 


Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), leading telecommunication service provider in the country, entered into a partnership with Yechee Group Ltd., the professional steel construction service provider to power Lotus Gardens Residencies with SLT Smartline and Megaline Services through SLT’s superior fibre connectivity. 

Lotus Gardens Residencies is a latest ongoing property development project located in Athurugiriya, owned by Yechee Group and is a unique apartment complex with 48 elegantly designed units.

SLT will be powering the apartment complex 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 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 48 units.

The agreement between the two companies was signed at SLT headquarters, Colombo recently. The signatories include Yechee Group Director S.M.D. Subasinghe who signed on behalf of Yechee Group while SLT CEO Kiththi Perera signed from SLT. The agreement signing was also attended by other officials from both Yechee Group and SLT who were involved in the project.

Yechee Group is a multinational firm specialising in real estate and steel construction in Sri Lanka. Based out of Colombo, the firm provides a comprehensive range of services including project and development services, property and asset management, integrated facilities management, real estate capital markets across the office, hotel, land, industrial, retail and residential sectors.

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. SLT, in its capacity as the national ICT solutions provider, provides ICT services to the Government and domestic and enterprise customers in Sri Lanka.  SLT has established ties with several business partners that entail coexistence, co-innovation, and collaboration, and enjoyed mutual successes. SLT join hands with several partners to bring to the Sri Lankan market new and innovative solutions to empower customers in the digital marketplace.

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