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CSL to expand LTE with ZTE

Hong Kong operator CSL has signed an LTE network expansion deal with ZTE

China Mobile set for LTE in Hong Kong

China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK) will launch LTE services next week, stating that “by the …

Three operators win Hong Kong LTE spectrum

Two existing Hong Kong operators and one new one have secured blocks of spectrum in the 2.3Ghz band

MarketWatch: Hong Kong 2012

Hong Kong consumers are at the forefront of smartphone usage, with over half of mobile device users owning a smartphone (more than double the global rate). This new MarketWatch feature reviews the country’s advanced mobile market and includes interviews with local operators and content providers, providing an insight into the trends and latest developments impacting this small but highly-developed region of Asia.

Report: Rovio planning Hong Kong IPO in 2013

Rovio, the Finnish developer of Angry Birds is planning an initial public offering on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2013

Hong Kong set for broadband wireless auction

Ofta, the Hong Kong telecoms regulator, said it will hold an auction for 2.3GHz broadband wireless spectrum which was not allocated in a 2009 process.

Telstra goes on offensive after HK spectrum auction

Telstra has defended its decision to exit the Hong Kong spectrum auction, stating that it withdrew “when it was clear that bids were destroying value.” This week SmarTone was awarded frequencies in the 850MHz band for HK$875 million (US$112 million), while 3 Hong Kong picked up a 900MHz allocation for HK$1.08 billion, netting the Office of the Telecommunications Authority a total of HK$1.95 billion.

Bidders line up for Hong Kong spectrum

Six potential bidders have expressed an interested in Hong Kong’s proposed auction of spectrum in the 850MHz, 900MHz and 2GHz bands

Hong Kong moves mobile TV spectrum auction

Hong Kong’s telecoms regulator OFTA has pushed back the planned date for an auction of wireless spectrum for mobile TV broadcasting by six weeks to September 2010