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Best unlimited plans to connect with over 13 m Dialog subscribers


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Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, yesterday announced the introduction of ‘Dialog Blaster Unlimited’ for its prepaid and post-paid subscribers with unlimited Dialog to Dialog (D2D) Voice coupled with data and calling minutes to other mobile networks.

Subscribers can now benefit from the widest range of unlimited plans for prepaid and post-paid and connect with over 13 million Sri Lankans. 

Prepaid customers have the seven-day D2D unlimited plan for only Rs. 222,and for those who require greater talk time along with the most cost-effective solution in the market, the 30-day D2D unlimited plan for only Rs. 777.

For post-paid users, the Rs. 777 package is available with unlimited D2D calls, whilst the Rs. 1,500 package provides subscribers unlimited D2D calls, 4GB data and 500 minutes to any other mobile network to suit their monthly data and talk time needs.

Dialog Axiata Group Chief Operating Officer Dr. Rainer Deutschmann said: “Dialog launches Sri Lanka’s first comprehensive set of unlimited voice plans across prepaid and post-paid. Now every Sri Lankan can enjoy unlimited calling with the country’s largest community of 13 million, with attractive weekly and monthly plans. We stay committed to providing the best network and latest technology to all Sri Lankans.” 

All prepaid and post-paid subscribers can now convert their plans by dialling #678# and selecting ‘Dialog Blaster Unlimited’ or by visiting any Dialog Customer Care Centre.

 


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