• 17,400 SIM cards and 402 iPhones Discovered.
    6:27 AM 06/09/2019

    Three suspects including a Chinese national have been arrested after STF personnel raided a house at Eththukala in Negombo and discovered various telecommunication equipment including 17,400 SIM cards, over 400 iPhones and 60 internet routers.
    Two local people and a Chinese National staying without a valid visa were arrested by the forces. Mean while Officers from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) and officials from the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) along with Sri Lanka Telecom have been called to the location for further investigations. 
    As per Police Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekara, the raid was carried out at Etthukala, Negombo based on information received by the Police Special Task Force (STF) that several suspicious individuals were engaged in illegal activities.
    The Sri Lanka STF personnel had discovered 402 mobiles phones (which were all connected to the internet), 17,400 phone SIM cards belonging to various service providers, 60 routers and other telecommunication equipment.
    It has also been uncovered that the suspects had engaged in a telecommunication racket, especially when obtaining IDD calls, using these equipment and maintained the operations without a license.

  • Sri Lanka Restricts use of Social Media websites and Apps usage.
    7:30 PM 04/26/2019
    Due to the recent disturbance on the day of Easter Sunday this month, Sri Lanka blocked the usage of the Social media to control the fake news spreading in to the community. Nearly all the Social Media websites and Apps are not functioning perfectly or taken down by the local network providers. Facebook, WhatApp, Instagram, YouTube, Viber, and Snapchat are included in the list. Skype is functioning for its members but it is very slow. Also Skype members can make paid calls to mobile phones and land lines. It is now a criminal offence to use the blocked Apps through virtual private networks. As of today there is curfew too applies from 10:00pm till 04:00am. More.
  • Phone Lost? Complaint to Police Not to TRC.
    9:12 AM 01/18/2019
    The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL), recently requested the Sri Lanka phone
    users not to contact them directly when a phone was lost or stolen. As TRC will not either accept any direct complaints
    or will not directly investigate any of the lost or stolen mobile phones. The TRC will provide the required information to
    the police department which will be carrying the lost phone investigation. People can make their complaints
    by visiting the local police station or visit website and follow the instructions. However,
    People who have lost his/her phone should instantly lodge a complaint via the new website.
    Their complaint will be forwarded to the relevant police station, Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC)
    and respective mobile phone carrier.
    Police Complaint Website for to report lost mobile phone..
    Step 1: Visit the Sri Lanka complaint website here.
    Step 2: Register with the website.
    Source: DM
  • Mobile Phone Lost? Complaint to Sri Lanka Police Online. (12, December 2018)
    A new website was launched by the Sri Lanka Police to complaint about the lost or stolen cell phones,
    Smartphones and mobile phones. When a person complaint about the lost or theft of the mobile phone
    through this website, the complaint will be automatically to all the police stations,
    Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) and to the respective mobile carrier
    where the owner have mobile phone service account.

    As per the Police Department's announcement nearly 24 million mobile phones are in use in Sri Lanka.
    Nearly around 800 -1,000 complaints are made daily to the police stations regarding lost or
    stolen mobile phones by people. Got a complaint regarding your mobile phone visit here.

  • Notice From Telecommunication Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka

    A message from the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka.

  • Convert your iPhone or Galaxy in to satellite smartphone.

    If you are an explorer, a hunter, mountain climber, ocean sailor or desert fox, then this is the best gadget support for you to be in touch with the people you want. ..

  • Prize scam through mobile phone.

    In the recent times many people get phone calls that says that they had won a prize from a draw from the popular mobilephone carrier. Already that they had sent the SMS messages to your mobile phone and you didn't respond to it. The caller may claim like that. For that reason he is calling your phone.

A Note to you

Public holidays, Sundays and Poya days are the best time to make low priced calls to any part of the world from Sri Lanka through out the day and night.

International country code of Sri Lanka is +94 or 0094.