HUTCH, has came forth as the title sponsor of “GetnAiled”
Hutchison Telecommunications Lanka (Private) Limited one of the leading providers of mobile telecommunication services in Sri Lanka partnered with PR Wire one of the premier Public Relations firms driving Hybrid Public Relations solutions in the country. The partnership seems to be an apt move by “Hutch” with the brand innovating within the 3G space in the country and through PR Wire expertise and services
Going beyond their “Call of duty” Hutch Sri Lanka sponsored two leading gaming teams in Sri Lanka, including Xiphos and nOOb alliance who are the defending champions. These two teams are regarded as two of the foremost gaming teams within the gaming community locally.
HUTCH Sri Lanka, one of the leading providers of broadband 3G services in the country came forth as the ‘Official Internet Provider’ for the TNL Onstage Season 15, in an effort to support local music talent. ‘TNL Onstage’ is a platform in which amateur artists showcase their talents, including categories such as solo artists and bands.
HUTCH, Sri Lanka’s fastest growing 3G network,partnered with TEDxColombo for the 2nd consecutive year. This year’s focus was on “Reimagining Spaces” and HUTCH Sri Lanka came forward as the official internet partner. The event was held recently amidst a packed audience of 550 at the Hilton Colombo Residence.
Additionally, the company also stated that the “Sri Lankan Internet market is growing significantly where people are becoming more comfortable with purchases of goods online using credit cards, debit cards and cash on delivery, simply because it is very convenient.
Better protection for people buying things online in both developed and developing countries will be among the outcomes of revisions to United Nations guidelines agreed at a major UNCTAD conference in Geneva recently.
Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, urged operators to reduce mobile phone rates in a country where smartphone bills are one of the highest in the world, the Financial Times reported.
Ericsson, Intel and Nokia announced backing for a technology called Narrow Band LTE (NB-LTE), describing it as “the ideal wireless connectivity solution for the growing IoT market segment”.