Hong Kong Csl Limited

Hong Kong CSL plugs into Gen Y

Generation Y - anyone born in 1980 or later - possesses a different work style than any generation preceding them. They have different goals and ideas and require a different managerial strategy to retain them.

Friday, 18 November, 2011, 12:00am

Telstra says still committed to Hong Kong mobile market

Telstra said it has no plans to sell Hong Kong-based CSL New World Mobility, after rumours that Australia's biggest telephone company would retreat from the city's overcrowded mobile market.

Telstra has long been expected to sell its stake in CSL New World as market watchers said the Hong Kong business barely fit into its strategy.

7 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

Mobile-services unit's income plunges 68pc

New World Mobile Holdings, a technology arm of New World Development, said its net profit for the year to June dropped 67.85 per cent due to the company's sale of its stake in a mobile service provider this year.

Net profit was HK$293.05 million, down from HK$911.64 million a year earlier. Revenue fell 14 per cent to HK$14.15 million.

11 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

18 New World mobile phone shops targeted in paint attacks

Eighteen mobile phone shops under New World Mobility were daubed with paint yesterday.

The company will now station security guards at its 30 outlets as part of additional security measures.

5 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Change at top could herald cost-cutting at CSL

CSL New World Mobility, majority controlled by telecommunications giant Telstra of Australia, may face cost-cutting measures when a Telstra executive takes charge of the Hong Kong operations next month, sources said yesterday.

2 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

CSL gets back to basics in pitch for New World Mobility

Hong Kong CSL, which has worked hard to lure image-conscious big spenders to its 3G multimedia mobile-phone services, is trying the unthinkable to build a following for its recently acquired New World Mobility - get back to basics, is the message, and simply get connected.

2 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

CSL taps film director to push mobile TV as killer 3G application

Known for his talent behind the camera, award-winning Hong Kong movie director Lau Wai-keung has put aside his director's chair to star in CSL's latest television commercial promoting its 3G service.

3 May 2006 - 12:00am


Eyeing a potential 'killer app' in Hong Kong's beleaguered 3G market, 3 Hong Kong and Hong Kong CSL want customers to keep tabs on their homes, children and pets using 3G mobile video cameras. 3 Hong Kong's Pupillo (right) and CSL's WiseWatch (left) let users see through the eye of the camera when they call it using a video mobile phone.

18 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

PCCW continues its winning ways

ALL FIVE PCCW sales staff nominees have been honoured for the seventh straight year.

The team members were selected from more than 100 internal applicants, then participated in a training programme in preparation for the judging.

3 Jun 2005 - 12:00am

CSL fab five give from the heart

No customer is too demanding for a team that believes in the old-fashioned values in salesmanship

Mobile phone operator Hong Kong CSL has five reasons to celebrate at the Distinguished Salespersons Awards (DSA) ceremony this year - all of its nominees scooped either a DSA or an Outstanding Young Salesperson Award.

11 Jun 2004 - 12:00am

Dating site in change of strategy

For those craving a little virtual male companionship, Hong Kong CSL has launched a new edition of its mobile dating game. The game with male characters, oriented towards women, is called U Date Me on the One2Free service.

29 Jun 2001 - 12:00am

First Pacific deal almost done

First Pacific Co says the recent sale of Pacific Link Communications to Hongkong Telecom CSL for $4.83 billion should be completed by the end of the month. First Pacific signed a memorandum of agreement with Hongkong Telecom CSL to sell its 65 per cent stake in the local telecommunications provider in early December.

5 Jan 1998 - 12:00am

CSL set to offer new rate plan

With less than a week to go until the launch of the first of six new mobile phone networks, market leader Hongkong Telecom CSL is devising ways to attract and keep customers.

Its recently created One2Free subsidiary is introducing a tariff plan under which unused free airtime is rolled forward on a month-by-month basis up to a maximum of six months.

24 Jan 1997 - 12:00am