Cheap calls to Sri lanka with premium quality

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Make cheap International calls to Sri lanka from 23.17 cents per minute with no connection fee, no hidden cost and no contract. You simply dial from your sip phone to call your friends or family members in Sri lanka. With ClicknCall you can drastically reduce your international calling cost. You don't even need any Internet connection to make cheap calls to Sri lanka!
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Only 10¢ per SMS message sent to Sri lanka mobile from your PC.

Call rates to Sri lanka
DestinationPrefixRate (AUD)Charge Unit
Sri lanka - mobiles94723.76¢per minute
Sri lanka - all9423.17¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles dialog947723.76¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles mobileite947123.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles celtel947223.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles947323.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles947523.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles947623.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles hutch947823.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles on net947923.6¢per minute
Sri lanka - mobiles on net947023.6¢per minute

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Sri Lanka Telecom PLC (SLT) is the premier telecommunications services provider in Sri Lanka and one of the country's most valuable blue chip companies with an annual turnover in excess of Rs 40 billion. The Company provides a huge range of domestic and international services which includes fixed & wireless voice, internet and data services that cater to a wide audience comprising of both corporates and domestic customers.

Sri Lanka Telecom has a long history of over 150 years, having started its operations in 1858 with the establishment of the first Telegraphic Circuit between Galle and Colombo. In the same year it established its first international Telegraph Communication between then called Ceylon, and India. Since then, Sri Lanka Telecom has passed several milestones, some of which include: in 1991 Sri Lanka Telecom became a Corporation and in 1997 the Company was privatised with the collaboration of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)and listed in the Colombo Stock Exchange's Milanka Price Index. In 2008, NTT sold its stake in SLT to Global Telecommunications Holdings N.V of Netherlands, which currently owns 44.9% stake in Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) whilst 49.5% is owned by the Government of Sri Lanka and the balance shares remain with the general public.

The company has been given the following ratings by Fitch Rating Lanka: Long Term Foreign Currency Rating - 'B+' , Long Term Local Currency Rating - 'BB-' , and National Long Term Rating ' 'AAA(lka)'. In addition to that the company has also been rated by Standard and Poor's as 'B+' for both long term Corporate Credit Rating and Long term Debt Rating, which is one notch above the country's rating.

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