Etisalat opens flagship store in Sri Lanka

Etisalat confirms plans to open more stores throughout Sri Lanka
Abdulhamid Abdul Fattah Al-Mulla (centre), the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Sri Lanka, inaugurated the new store.
Abdulhamid Abdul Fattah Al-Mulla (centre), the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Sri Lanka, inaugurated the new store.

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Etisalat Lanka, the Sri Lankan unit of Etisalat Group, has opened a flagship store in Sri Lanka.

The store, which is located at Etisalat Lanka’s corporate office in Colombo, will serve as a shop for customers to experience new products and services, and will also house a customer service centre.

The store also features an ‘Experience Centre’ displaying products such as smartphones and tablets and demos of 3G services, and a ‘customer care point’ where products and services can be purchased, as well as a billing centre for services payments.

Jamal Saif Aljarwan, Etisalat Group’s chief regional officer for Asia, said: “This new flagship store will allow us to reach customers with ease and provide services of the highest quality, in addition to demonstrating new technologies and 3G services.”

Etisalat confirmed plans to open more stores throughout the country as part of a plan to expand its reach.

The store was inaugurated by Abdulhamid Abdul Fattah Al-Mulla, the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Sri Lanka, in the presence of representatives from Sri Lanka’s business sector.
 

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