Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) Launches Mobile Services Offer to Existing 1010, csl & SUN Mobile Customers

Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) Launches Mobile Services Offer to Existing 1010, csl & SUN Mobile Customers Image Credit: HKBN

Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) announced its Mobile Services offers vis its MVNO business aimed at enticing existing 1010, csl, SUN Mobile customers.

HKBN Group which is Hong Kong's largest provider of residential high speed fibre broadband secured its MVNO license in 2016. 

Customers who successfully port-in their mobile numbers to HKBN's designated mobile service plan, can receive up to HK$2,000 DCH Foods cash vouchers* whilst they enjoy the high-quality mobile services from HKBN, said the Operator.

From now until further notice, existing 1010, csl, SUN Mobile customers who port-in their numbers and subscribe to HKBN's designated HK$78/month or HK$218/month mobile service plans for a 24-month contract term, will receive HK$1,000 or HK$2,000 DCH Foods cash vouchers respectively.

NiQ Lai, Co-Owner and CEO, HKBN
Since entering the mobile service arena, HKBN has relentlessly disrupted legacy practices to bring customers industry-leading service and amazing value-for-money. Today, we continue this strategy with a mind-blowing offer that's designed to entice existing mobile customers of 1010, csl and SUN Mobile to switch over and enjoy HKBN's premier services. As a result of this campaign, we'll further expand our market share in Hong Kong's mobile communications space.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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