WTO upholds its ruling China broke trade rules
Hutchison Whampoa is controlled by the Cheung Kong Group, and headed by Li Ka-shing, Asia’s wealthiest man, who has been nicknamed “Superman” because of his investment prowess. Its operations include utilities, energy, ports, with property and hotels, retailing telecommunications (Hutchison Telecommunications International) and infrastructure (Cheung Kong Infrastructure).
Labour activist finds safe haven in Sweden
When Ben Sargent went to Italy to attend a friend's wedding and then to Dubai for a holiday last summer, his international phone calls totalled less than one hour. He came home to a HK$2,540 bill...
Users of the '3' mobile phone network were left without internet access after technical problems hit the network for three hours yesterday.
Dynamic Israel is a world leader in making the best of limited natural resources. The small Middle Eastern nation has revolutionised its agricultural and industrial sectors in recent years.
The breakdown in SmarTone's mobile coverage on Monday was caused by a back-up power generator in Sha Tin restarting itself repeatedly, the telecoms operator said yesterday.
SmarTone is facing a possible fine - and a lambasting online - after failing to alert the Communications Authority and customers about a mobile network failure.
Thousands of SmarTone mobile phone users were cut off yesterday or experienced problems after a power failure at a switchboard station in Central and Western district.
When the time came, the industry was split.
Mobile-phone operator SmarTone has bowed to public pressure over its earlier data plan flip-flop by offering customers the chance to rescind newly signed contracts.
The offer applies...
Dozens of angry and confused smartphone users rang Consumer Council hotlines yesterday after SmarTone reversed its decision to scrap unlimited mobile data plans.
One of the city's biggest phone companies has made a pricing U-turn as firms battle to make the best of new rules on unlimited data-use packages.