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Dialog Home Broadband launches affordable range of per day data plans

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Dialog Broadband Networks Ltd., a subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider announced a range of game changing Per Day Home Broadband packages, in line with the company’s vision of delivering affordable and accessible world-class internet services to all Sri Lankans.

Customers are now able to enjoy the lowest data rates in the market, along with an offer of additional 20GB absolutely free, with every new Per Day Home Broadband connection. 

This range of per day home broadband packages include a daily recurring package priced at Rs. 25 offering 1GB data, ideal for light users looking for a practical and cost-effective solution for their internet needs, a weekly recurring package priced at Rs. 120 offering 5GB data for heavier users to enjoy Facebook, YouTube, e-mail, Viber, Whatsapp and more, a weekend special package priced at Rs. 200 offering 10GB data, suited for heavy users who only require data over the weekend for downloading and streaming TV shows and movies or browsing social media, and do not want to commit to a monthly plan, and data add-on plans, where any amount of data can be added on top of the activated plan.

Dialog Axiata PLC Head of Broadband and Fixed Telecommunications Navin Pieris said: “With the new range of Per Day Home Broadband packages by Dialog, Sri Lanka’s fastest and widest network, broadband is made more affordable than ever, to fit any requirement of customers, while also providing them with prepaid flexibility, where they are able to subscribe as and when they need and only pay for what they use.”

The Dialog Per Day Home Broadband connections are available at all Dialog Customer Care Centres island wide with the Per Day Home Broadband router priced at Rs. 3,990.

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