- කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වාTop contributor
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A certain portion is for Day use and the remaining is for Night use.
Unfortunately, the Day portion is smaller compared to the Night allocation.
However, whether one uses the entire allocation or not within the given billing period, the service provider will be charging for both used and unused segments, unless if the user had not exceeded the allocation.
It is not a good business practice and especially when there is a lockdown in many parts of the world due to the epidemic situation.
The Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) is no different and time to change their stance when many well-known businesses around are opening their gates to be able to access their other portals otherwise only possible by subscription.
Neither the user nor the service provided will be harmed if they can switch to Anytime Data mode than still continuing with a very archaic business model.
Over to you, if anyone with the authority to do the change is listening.
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