The service will be expanded to the North Western Province and Kegalle District by the end of this year.
It will use a mobile payment system from Dialog Axiata, Sri Lanka's largest cell phone company, which has been approved by the Central Bank to handle mobile payments.
"This will be an alternative payment system," ICTA's eServices Programme head Kanchana Thudugala said.
"It will be initially provided with the support of Dialog’s easy cash payment system."
Dialog Axiata is the first operator to be licensed by Sri Lanka's central bank to make mobile payments.
ICTA communications director Athula Pushpakumara said other mobile operators would also be invited to join the system.
The system will also send a text message notifying the expiry date of revenue license, the following ye