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Sri Lanka Telecom links up with India’s BSNL

From Lanka Business Online

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28 September 2006 19:00:19
Sri Lanka Telecom links up with India’s BSNL to offer wider choice
September 28 2006 (LBO) – India’s Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited Thursday officially kicked off a 1.8 billion rupee undersea cable unit with Sri Lanka Telecom, which will bring down call rates between South Asian countries.
The optical fibre cable, which run between Mt Lavinia (Sri Lanka) and Tuticorin in India, will enable SLT customers to enjoy high speed broadband services such as audio and video streaming.

 Read full article on LBO

1 Comment to Sri Lanka Telecom links up with India’s BSNL

  1. mk's Gravatar mk
    December 12, 2006 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

    So what, the monopoly will continue with non-existent customer service.


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