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Doc990 waives service fee for doctor channelling with #FreeTheFee

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Doc990 operated by Digital Health Ltd, a joint venture between Digital Holdings Lanka Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, announced the waiving of service fees for all doctor channelling done via the Doc990 mobile app or www.doc.lk website.

Doc990 is an integrated mobile and online-based solution that aims to provide essential medical services to customers across Sri Lanka, easily accessible via any device including tablets and smartphones. The platform currently offers a range of medical services, including channelling doctor sessions at hospitals island-wide for physical consultations, the Tele-Doctor Service where leading consultants can be contacted over the phone, doorstep delivery of medication, and access to lab reports at key laboratories via the Doc990 web portal. 

To avail this offer, customers are required to sign up via the Doc990 mobile app (available for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store) or website, www.doc.lk. Upon signing up, service fees for any doctor channelling done via the same portals will be waived off.

Doc990 digitally empowers a users’ experience whilst extending a wide spectrum of healthcare services from the convenience of their mobile phones and the website. The revolutionary initiative aims to provide more customers with a hassle-free and user-oriented method of channelling doctors and accessing medical facilities. Doc990 services are currently available at over 90 hospitals across the country and as Sri Lanka’s leading medical booking app, Doc990 is integrated to mobile operators and banks for multiple payment options such as Add to Bill, eZ Cash, Genie, Amex, Visa and Master Cards for increased convenience and accessibility.

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