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SLT opens revamped Regional Telecommunication Office in Nuwara Eliya

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From left: Chief Operating Officer Priyantha Fernandez, Regional Manager – Nuwara Eliya Chamara Yapa, Chief Sales Regional Officer Imantha Wijekoon, Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera, SLT Group Chairman P. G. Kumarasinghe Sirisena, General Manager Anuruddha Rathnayake


Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the leading ICT and digital services provider in Sri Lanka, opened its revamped state-of-the-art Regional Telecommunication Office (RTO) in Nuwara Eliya recently, aiming to provide customers with unmatched service. 

The revamped office was ceremoniously declared open by the SLT Group Chairman P. G. Kumarasinghe Sirisena in the presence of Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera, Chief Operating Officer Priyantha Fernandez, and other distinguished guests, including SLT staff and customers.

Customers can now experience new and improved services within a modernised customer service environment, including latest technologies pioneered by SLT. A separate area is available for customers to engage with SLT digital services, including devices for smart living, and experience the latest technology via a wide range of SLT products and services.

This revamped branch is expected to be a key point of attraction for customers in the Nuwara Eliya area as well as other visitors, both local and foreign. 

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