SLT-Mobitel launches Samsung’s latest devices

11 September, 2022

SLT-Mobitel is offering Samsung’s latest foldable flagship Galaxy Z Fold 4 5G and Galaxy Z Flip, 4 5G devices coupled with value additions.

For every purchase of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold or Z Flip, both existing and new customers will receive 300 GB free anytime data across three months, along with a free six-month 100GB OneDrive offer, so that device owners can enjoy their favourite entertainment, conduct work, and stream as much as they want.

Customers will also receive a three-month free subscription to Spotify Premium to enjoy their hearts’ content from over 70 million songs.

The offer is valid until October 31. customers can redeem the data offer at any of the Samsung authorised partner outlets.

Galaxy Z Flip4 5G and Galaxy Z Fold4 5G which represent the next generation of mobile technology, will be available for purchase at selected SLT-Mobitel outlets. Customers can either call 1717 or visit to obtain more information.

In terms of pricing, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 devices are priced at Rs. 449,999 and Rs. 699,999.

The Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4 devices feature customisable form factors, tailored experiences, and upgraded performance. Now in its fourth generation, the Galaxy Z series continues to break from convention to deliver new, impactful interactions that enhance everyday life.

In gearing Sri Lanka to embrace 5G technology, SLT-Mobitel continues to expand its pre-commercial 5G trial network across main cities in the country. Since 2019, SLT-Mobitel Mobile has spearheaded 5G deployments countrywide through public demonstrations.

In April 2019, SLT-Mobitel Mobile showcased South Asia’s first 5G deployment over a mobile network, connecting a commercial mobile smartphone to its 5G network with record speeds.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL) is in the process of facilitating 5G commercial licence issuance in Sri Lanka and upon receipt of authorisation SLT-Mobitel aims to expand its 5G network further unlocking the digital advancement and contributing to a more inclusive digital economy.

– Sunday Observer Sri Lanka

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