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Dialog mobiles can be reloaded overseas

Dialog Telekom has linked up with ezetop Ltd., an Ireland based international mobile phone service company, to enable global reload of Dialog Prepaid Mobiles. The ground breaking facility enables in particular, expatriate Sri Lankans to reload Dialog mobiles of friends and relatives back home in Sri Lanka. ezetop services are available globally via the Internet and through a network of 40,000 outlets worldwide. ezetop has a significantly far reaching presence in the Middle-East making the Dialog-ezetop partnership of immediate value to expatriate Sri Lankans living in the region and their families in Sri Lanka, Dialog said.

Speaking further on the partnership with ezetop, Group Chief Marketing Officer for Dialog Telekom Nushad Perera said: “The partnership with ezetop will no doubt add a new dimension to customer convenience with the reloading of Dialog mobiles now being made possible across international boundaries. Their strong presence in the Gulf is of special interest to us as it will add to the convenience of our customers.”

ezetop’s Chief Operating Officer, David Shackleton added, “We are delighted to extend our services to all Dialog Telekom prepaid customers and we are pleased to now be enabling Sri Lankans to stay in touch with their family and friends more easily.”


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