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Dialog announces new unlimited and worry-free mobile post-paid offering

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Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, has introduced ‘Dialog Power Plan’ – a range of mobile post-paid plans specifically designed to fully empower the subscriber with the best voice, messaging, internet and video experience while guaranteeing complete peace of mind and an unparalleled range of exclusive benefits. 

In today’s fast paced and demanding lifestyle, maintaining uninterrupted and hassle-free mobile connectivity is a necessity for individuals who are always on-the-go, be it students, young professionals, entrepreneurs, or corporate executives. The newly-introduced Dialog Power Plans now take care of the communication needs of the dynamic Sri Lankan individual, covering the entire month without running out of talk time, SMS or data and without having to reload at inconvenient times, while also maintaining transparency and control. Dialog Power Plans extend to customers a range of exclusive value propositions beyond voice, SMS and data. Subscribers can enjoy unlimited flat-rate talking and SMS to Sri Lanka’s largest community of over 14 million Dialog customers, virtually unlimited data with up to 50GB per month on the country’s best 4G network at the lowest data rates, along with the added benefit of priority reservations, exclusive offers and discounts of up to 40% on the latest smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Huawei and others. 

Additionally, while traveling abroad, subscribers can stay connected both in the air and on the ground with an exclusive 20% better value, truly unlimited data roaming offer. Moreover, customers can leverage Dialog’s add-to-bill service for a wide range of services, such as purchasing the latest smartphone, channelling a doctor or subscribing to the exclusive Dialog Netflix experience. Subscribers can also experience complete control of their usage and spending via the MyDialog app, which keeps track of users’ voice and data usage daily, including by individual applications such as YouTube, and dynamically define their credit limit for uninterrupted connectivity. It is even possible to use prepaid top-ups on the same post-paid number, especially useful for controlled data extensions, or to purchase data and value-added services for a corporate account. Dialog Power Plans are set to grow with the needs of users. Unlimited plans start from Rs. 1000, offering unlimited D2D calls and SMS and 8GB data, going up to the Rs. 3300 mobile post-paid plan offering unlimited D2D calls and SMS, 1000 D2ND (off-net) minutes and 50GB data. In addition, the entry level Rs. 395 Standard Plan already offers 1000 D2D minutes, 1000 D2D SMS and 3GB data. Both existing prepaid and post-paid customers can seamlessly move from their existing plan to a new Dialog Power Plan of choice in one single click via the MyDialog app, a first in Sri Lanka. 

Dialog Axiata Group Chief Operating Officer Dr. Rainer Deutschmann said, “With our new Dialog Power Plan, we redefine Sri Lanka’s mobile post-paid experience and empower the busy and demanding user with a worry-free experience along six major benefits: unlimited voice, abundant data on Sri Lanka’s largest and best network, exclusive smartphone offers, extra value on unlimited data roaming abroad, exclusive add-to-bill services such as Netflix, and complete transparency and control. We welcome new and existing users to enjoy the new mobile post-paid experience.”

The Dialog Power Plans for mobile post-paid are available at all Dialog Customer Care Centres and authorised dealers island-wide, or via www.dialog.lk. To convert your existing plan to one of the Dialog Power Plan mobile post-paid plans, simply use the MyDialog app and click the ‘Upgrade to Post-paid’ option, or dial #678#. For more information, visit www.dialog.lk/mobile-postpaid or dial 1777.

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