China Mobile HK Wins Bid for 900MHz & 1800MHz Band for LTE Network Expansion

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China Mobile Hong Kong Company announces that the Company has successfully bid for the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands at HK$1.48 billion on 18 December 2018, of which the 900MHz spectrum acquisition is unprecedented for China Mobile Hong Kong.

When the spectrums commence service in 2021, China Mobile Hong Kong will develop into a mobile network operator to own blocks of spectrum across the 900MHz, 1800MHz, 2100MHz, 2300MHz and 2600MHz bands, which brings huge benefits to the Company's overall network structure and business development.

China Mobile Hong Kong has full confidence in the prospects of the mobile communication business in Hong Kong. The Company will continue to proactively enhance the future network development blueprint, providing customers with superb mobile broadband services with the latest network infrastructure and technologies.

Sean Lee, Director and CEO, Chine Mobile Hong Kong
We are very excited about the successful bid for extra 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrums at reasonable prices. The 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrums are of the lower frequency bands that can provide wider coverage. The newly acquired spectrums will be integrated with our existing one, enriching the network bandwidth to bring a more prestigious mobile experience to our customers.

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