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intr.v. tel·e·shopped, tel·e·shop·ping, tel·e·shops
To buy consumer products over the Internet or by way of television using a telephone connection or an interactive cable.

tel′e·shop′per n.


vb (intr)
1. (Telecommunications) to buy goods by telephone or via the internet
2. (Commerce) to buy goods by telephone or via the internet
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SLT has enhanced convenience for internet users by making pre-paid Wi-Fi internet cards available; online for purchase through credit cards, at its Regional offices, Teleshops and authorized dealers island wide.
The service can be ordered in Belgium from the Duet call center or at Teleshops or Telebusiness outlets.
In a media statement, the Sri Lankan telecom firm revealed, These partnerships will guarantee the highest standards of service for the company's customers: it will provide customers with easy access to a wide range of modern ICT equipment with advanced technologies; it will also increase convenience for customers by making it possible for them to purchase SLT equipment easily at any one of SLT's teleshops and regional telecom offices, situated all across the island as well as purchase them online from the comfort of their homes through SLT's e-teleshop.