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Uber taxies

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Good things happen when people can move, whether across town or towards their dreams. Opportunities appear, open up, become reality. What started as a way to tap a button to get a ride has led to billions of moments of human connection as people around the world go all kinds of places in all kinds of ways with the help of our technology. Rides and beyond In addition to helping you get from point A to point B, we're working to bring the future closer with self-driving technology and urban air transport, helping people order food quickly and affordably, removing barriers to healthcare, creating new freight-booking solutions, and helping companies provide a seamless employee travel experience. Safe rides, safer cities Whether you’re in the back seat or behind the wheel, your safety is essential. We are committed to doing our part, and technology is at the heart of our approach. We partner with safety advocates and develop new technologies and systems to help create a world where it’s safe and easy for everyone to get around. How to Book a Cab in Uber? Step 1: Download the App Step 2: Launch the App Step 3: Choose the Type of Ride Step 4: Confirm Booking Step 5: Cancelling a Cab Step 6: Rate Your Service Step 7: Adding Saved Places Uber Intercity Kicking things off, let’s take a look at the latest entrant into the market. Uber Intercity was originally launched back in March. At the time, it was only a service that offered one-way trips between Colombo and Galle. This includes tourist hotspots in between such as Hikkaduwa, Unawatuna, and Bentota. Since then, it’s now expanded to offer one-way trips to any city in Sri Lanka. Currently, there are two variants of Uber Intercity. These variants are Intercity GO and Intercity Premier. Uber describes the vehicles you’ll get with these services as, “spacious sedans like Toyota Prius, Premio, or compact options like Suzuki WarongR with carefully selected top rated driver partners.” So how much does it cost?

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Ube eats

Colombo, Sri Lanka

It’s been one year since Uber Eats entered the sunny shores of Sri Lanka and we’re proud to have delivered 3 million orders to Sri Lankans – giving them access to 34 available cuisines at the touch of a button, with an average delivery time of 30 minutes! In a pre-dominantly call-based food delivery market, the local community has embraced the magic of online food delivery, with Uber Eats becoming increasingly popular across the island. We have received an overwhelming response to being the app of choice for delivering fresh and piping hot food in a reliable and convenient manner to hundreds of thousands of homes. Uber Eats is committed to inclusive growth and to provide individuals from all walks of life a chance to earn a livelihood. We are proud to aggressively onboard women and transgender delivery partners, all of whom chose the platform to start their journey as entrepreneurs. Increased aspirations, the skyrocketing number of consumers going online, as well as high-speed internet and mobile penetration – are all a perfect recipe for Uber Eats to continue investing in Sri Lanka.

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Sri Lanka Telecome (Services) Limited

Colombo, Sri Lanka

ABOUT SLTS Sri Lanka Telecom (Services) Limited was formed in 1993 as a fully owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC. With the aim of becoming a leading network & systems integration solutions provider, SLTS has deployed a comprehensive portfolio of products and services. We are leveraging the availability of a broad range of expertise to build an engineering capability that will be unmatched in the industry Solutions e are leveraging the availability of a broad range of expertise to build an engineering capability that will be unmatched in the industry. SLTS is able to provide networking and communications solutions to meet a very wide range of requirements: from the smallest business house to a factory complex spread over a large locality to a government organization with offices throughout the country. Our vision is to let our customers benefit from the most advanced communication technologies available and help the country to bridge the "digital divide". In order to provide cost effective solutions to our clients in keeping with the local context while conforming to strict ethical and business standards, we have decided to promote open source or "free license" software products. Following describe some of the networking solutions available at present time. Our marketing officers will always be happy to update you on the latest products

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