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Mobitel Upahara offers up to 40% savings on smartphones for Govt. sector employees


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Mobitel Upahara, devised to empower the state sector employees with innovative service offerings is extending its latest offer on smartphones with savings up to 40% off on selected Samsung and Huawei Smartphones for current and retired state sector employees.

The latest 4G entry level smartphone from Samsung, the celebrated Samsung Galaxy A10s, is being offered to state sector employees at Rs. 16,000 as against the normal selling price of Rs. 26,490 while the Huawei Y5 Lite, known for its exciting features, is being offered at   Rs. 9,900 as against the selling price of Rs. 14,499. For retired state sector employees, Mobitel provides an ‘add to bill’ payment plan for the phone on the given special prices. Mobitel is the only mobile operator to provide such exclusive price offers on smartphones for the benefit of current and retired state sector employees under the Upahara promotion as a measure of how much Mobitel values their contribution to society. 

Both devices in this offer are well reputed smartphone brands. The Samsung A10s is the latest addition to the Samsung A series, offering superb value for money on a smartphone. Its key features are a 6.2” display, 2GB RAM + 32GB Storage, Main dual camera 13MP and 2MP and Selfie Camera 8MP to capture life’s special moments, and it comes with a 4000 mAh Battery for long-lasting use. The Huawei Y5 Lite is the most affordable 4G smartphone in the market, which is offered at an unbeatable price under Mobitel’s Upahara scheme. It boasts 5.45” display, 8MP Main Camera and 5MP Selfie Camera for an enriched experience. 

Apart from enjoying these exclusive offers under the Uphara scheme, current and retired state sector employees can enjoy the benefits of Mobitel’s significant 4.5G/4G-LTE network in Sri Lanka. With this, Mobitel has increased the country’s 4.5G/4G-LTE coverage, thereby strengthening its No. 1 status for High-Speed Mobile Broadband in Sri Lanka, having already received the globally-acclaimed Ookla Speed Test Award for 2017. Mobitel remains as the preferred network for all Sri Lankans due to its superior broadband speed, reliability and efficiency across the island. 


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