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SLT fibre to power new apartment complex, ‘The Mount’

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Participants from Evercore Properties and SLT for the agreement signing (from left): From Evercore Properties S.R. Fernando (Head of Operations and Services), E.A.L.S. Perera (Head of Engineering), A. Kangatharan (Accountant), Jasbir Singh (Director), Rajen Sangaran (Director); and from SLT Kiththi Perera (Chief Executive Officer), Imantha Wijekoon (Chief Sales and Regional officer), Chethana Attanayake (General Manager), Kelum Priyantha (Business Development Manager) and Samith Senevirathna (Assistant Manager)

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) recently entered into a partnership with Evercore Properties Ltd., an organisation that is committed to enhancing the lifestyles of Sri Lankans through the construction of residential apartments and houses that promise highest living standards with unique designs. Under the agreement, SLT will be the total digital services provider for the 35 luxury apartments within the building, powered via the company’s state of the art fibre infrastructure that will serve as the apartment’s communications backbone. 

The agreement between the two companies was signed at an official ceremony held at SLT premises recently with the signatories from Evercore Properties: Rajen Sangaran (Director) and Jasbir Singh (Director); and signatories from SLT side: K.A.K. Perera (Chief Executive Officer) and Imantha Wijekoon (Chief Sales and Regional Officer). Several other officials from both organisations who were involved in the project were also present at the agreement signing.

SLT will be powering the entire suite of apartments with the company’s fibre-to-the-home infrastructure that will provide residents with ultra-fast internet connectivity with download speeds of up to 100 Mbps, crystal clear voice communications as well as access to high definition (HD) TV content via PEO TV. SLT’s robust and reliable ICT services will pave the way to revolutionise the digital lifestyle experience of the building’s residents. 

The Mount, located at Quarry Road, Mount Lavinia, is centrally located just 150 meters from Galle Road and a few minutes away from Mount Lavinia Beach. It offers individuals the opportunity to own their dream home and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle with modern facilities at competitive prices.

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