'Bharti Airtel committed to investing in Sri Lanka and delivering cost-effective services'January 20, 2017, 7:57 pm
India-based telecom operator Bharti Airtel which celebrated eight years in Sri Lanka, will continue to invest in Sri Lanka in the future too and provide the best and most cost effective services to its customers, company sources said.
"We continuously invest in not only expanding our network; we also invest in building capacity. Especially in urban areas, we see that capacity is a major issue for all the operators. There are two technologies we’ve brought in: smart cache technology and dual carrier technology, Bharti Airtel Lanka CEO/MD Jinesh Hedge said Thursday at a function where they introduced famous Indian actress Pooja Umashankar as their band ambassador for 2017 to spearhead youth empowerment activities of the company.Read More...
Last Updated Jan 20 2017 | 08:25 pm