SLT-Mobitel Clinches a Triple

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 1:55 AM Nov 27 2021

SLT-Mobitel, the National ICT Solutions Provider, has once again been recognised for its commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability practices, being named among the Top Ten Corporate Citizens of 2021.

 The Group walked away with three awards at the 18th Annual ‘Best Corporate Citizen Sustainability Awards 2021’, on 23 November, organised by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce. SLT-Mobitel came up top in its category as the ‘Sustainability Champion’ and was also adjudged second runner-up for the award for ‘Demonstrated Resilient Practices for COVID-19 Context’.

Despite a very challenging year for the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SLT-Mobitel has continued to make every effort to fulfil its corporate social responsibility in the areas of Economy, Governance, Environment and Society, embracing sustainability as a business practice. An elated Prabhath Dahanayake, Chief Marketing Officer of SLT said, “Our commitment towards a sustainable business is as much strategic, as it is empathetic. Over the years we have decisively strengthened our track record as a responsible entity and remain steadfast in our sustainability commitments across environmental, social and corporate undertakings. 

At SLT-Mobitel we put sustainability at the heart of what we do and persevere to implement the latest in next generation technologies, sustainable innovations and best practices ensuring our nation building commitment is fulfilled even in these unprecedented COVID-19 times. 

As we strive towards SLT Vision 2022 we aim to become a bigger and better version of ourselves.” Raising the bar in sustainability business practices and benefits, SLT-Mobitel, as the only provider of fibre-to-the-home connectivity in Sri Lanka, has begun replacing traditional copper cables with modern fibre optic cables for highspeed internet across the country. Importantly, SLT-Mobitel completely repurposes the copper cables for traditional operations, reusing resources that would otherwise have been discarded as waste.

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 1:55 AM Nov 27 2021

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