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SLT Digital Services launches ‘WEB4U’ website creation service

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SLT Digital Info Services Ltd., the digital info services and directory information arm of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC (SLT), recently launched the latest addition to its digital product portfolio – the ‘WEB4U’ website creation service. 

This an especial digital service offered by SLT Digital Info Services (SLTDS) that provides an exclusive online platform offering web pages and websites created at a minimal cost for small and medium scale enterprises (SME) which have limited budgets. It empowers SME entrepreneurs to attractively promote their business online via an individualised website of their own.

Customers are offered free trials and a range of packages starting from Rs. 200 per month onward. These can be selected to include preferred customised features such as dedicated or sub domains, pages extending to 25, dedicated mobile optimised site, product catalogs, .com (dot com) domain, email accounts, search engine optimisation, logo creation, content writing, social media channel creation with the maintenance and  management being undertaken on behalf of the client via an easy payment scheme.   

“We believe this is an excellent opportunity for small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) looking for innovative ways to increase their revenue and create brand awareness. The Web4U initiative is a timely need for the Sri Lankan market where businesses can make their online presence felt to achieve all of their business goals on a limited budget despite challenging economic conditions in our country. The Web4U development initiative will help businesses to have a creative design, which are visually appealing and user friendly websites built at affordable prices that cater to the specific requirements of clients,” said SLT Digital Info Services Ltd. CEO Malraj Balapitiya.

WEB4U has the strategy, creativity and technology to fulfill unique website requirements. Its websites guarantee fast business growth by presenting brands in the most innovative manner that can be easily understood by the target audience. Its talented pool of web designers, graphic artists and content writers will ensure that visitors to sites are quickly converted into customers.

For SMEs or new businesses looking to host a website to promote the company on a limited budget, SLT Digital Info Services can provide a unique, professional website that will ensure that every rupee spent on the website is not in vain but a money generating investment that is well made. 

Commenting further, Balapitiya said: “The necessity of an online presence for businesses is an undeniable necessity today. You might have tried to create a website yourself and encountered barriers such as finding a trustworthy company that helps to host a website at a nominal fee. Our solution is perfect for you, if you are someone having the above concerns. We, being a trustworthy company, have decided to empower businesses like yours to bridge the gap in the market by providing the perfect solution ‘WEB4U.’”

WEB4U (www.web4u.lk) is an affordable and cost effective web design service offered by SLTDS with a special focus on enabling and empowering SMEs and new businesses to prosper. It creates professional websites that are value for money. Its creative, visually appealing and user-friendly websites can be the ideal promotional tool that can help accelerate business growth to greater dimensions.

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