Telephone charges to come down

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:29:20 GMT

    [Telephone charges to come down ]

    what about the PAANN price and milk powder the life line of poor people ? are they going come down with telephone ?

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:31:50 GMT


    Paan is not good for you.

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:32:03 GMT

    NTT(Japan) won`t like this one, I bet they didn`t see this one coming.


  • 10 Jul 2007 00:32:50 GMT

    Supreme court is not the place to do these things.

    [ The Chief Justice directed the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission to summon Sri Lanka Telecom and relevant parties on July 18 and give equitable distribution of reduction among all segments.


    Look like governing authorities are not working for the consumer, instead they are working for Vendor.

    GOSL should ask them, or they should learn how to promote business while protecting the consumer.

    Going to courts, completely the wrong way.

    In the west, Regulatory commissions are to control the customer gouging by the vendor. In Sri Lanka, it looks like, Regulatory commission supports the customer gouging by the vendor.

    Therefore, Regulatory commission must straighten up their priorities, and that is a govt. job.

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:33:02 GMT

    Come on CJ Ure the man of the man:)))))))

    I heard you want to become Presidential Candidate is it true?????

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:45:55 GMT

    Who is running the country? Supreme court?

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:50:47 GMT

    I thought in Sri Lanka we are having reasonable rates, even for the IDD calling.

    Btw, do `our` separatist gang from north have telecommunication network(s) available for its people or not?

    After all Diaspora sends money to make life easy for local population right?

    So where are the telephones?

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:54:37 GMT

    [The Supreme Court yesterday directed the Sri Lanka Telecom, the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, and the Consumer Association of Sri Lanka to discuss further on the Telecom tariffs and call charges on the basis of the overall reduction by 8.72%

    The Bench comprised Chief Justice Sarath N.Silva, Justices Raja Fernando and N.G.Amaratunga.


    Great to see that the Supreme Court is one of the `cogs` of the big wheel called `governing systems`. All these cogs must do their job as a team, thus moving the wheel.

    There is no need for anyone to reach for the gun to get issued addressed. They must use existing `Wheel` and if the cogs / wheel need repair/ lube... it must be done.

    Anyone who kills alleging `this issue` and `that grievance` is only destroying the whole wheel.... creating chaos.

    Absolutely that should not be allowed... those criminals must be made to pay the full price for their crimes.

    No justifiaction whatsoever, will be accepted or tolerated.

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:55:37 GMT

    Modayas control even the Supreme Court.... these modayas live in a whole... do not understand that world is moving towards a free market.... This is a double blow to NTT or whoever a foreign investor doing anything in SL... rupee is going down and now these cuts will make investing in SL hopeless!

  • 10 Jul 2007 00:57:55 GMT

    EELam -MEeya the chicken little screaming

    [rupee is going down and now these cuts will make investing in SL hopeless!