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Telecom operators wage war in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Broadband Network hopes to double mobile subscribers

Hong Kong Broadband Network Chief Executive William Yeung Chu-kwong delivers first-half earnings at a briefing on April 20. (Photo by Jennifer Lo)

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong Broadband Network is aiming to double the number of its mobile subscribers in four months, fueling competition in a market increasingly crowded with local and mainland players.

Hong Kong's second-largest residential broadband operator after PCCW, HKBN is targeting 200,000 new mobile subscribers by August, up from 100,000 in mid-April, following its diversification into the mobile business last September.

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