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Mobitel launches ‘Master Unlimited Data’, yet another first in Sri Lanka

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Fortifying its dominance in the mobile service industry, Mobitel, Sri Lanka’s leading mobile service provider has launched ‘Master Unlimited Data’, yet another industry-first devised to quench the thirst of data hungry enthusiasts by providing unlimited mobile data to explore and enjoy the world at their fingertips. 

This revolutionary package from Mobitel ‘Master’ (unlimited voice) now trail-blazes with unlimited mobile data, enabling Mobitel postpaid customers to elevate their digital lifestyle at a modest monthly rental of Rs. 2,999. 

Offering super-fast and reliable speeds in 4G and 4.5G, Master Unlimited Data package will empower mobile internet users to video stream at high quality, online gaming and get engaged in any other online related activity with their Smartphones without any interruption or being fearful that data will get over. As the national mobile service provider, Mobitel remains committed to bringing the latest in mobile technology to Sri Lanka on par with global standards. The company recently trialled 5G, showcasing Mobitel’s ability to successfully deliver real time 5G experience with Gigabit speeds to the general public. Further, Mobitel also embarked on the biggest and most significant 4.5G/4G-LTE network expansion in Sri Lanka. With this, Mobitel has further increased the country’s 4.5G/4G-LTE coverage, thus strengthening its No.1 position for High-Speed Mobile Broadband in the country. This was further fortified when Mobitel was awarded the globally-acclaimed Ookla Speed Test Award for data speed. As the brand that strongly focuses on bringing people closer to what matters the most to them, Mobitel will continue to innovate and evolve with new technology to offer the best products and services to all its stakeholders. 

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