Wharf (Holdings) subsidiary New T&T will today announce a range of consumer products designed to capitalise on what it says is the 'true liberalisation' of the fixed-link telecommunications market. The campaign will herald the first big push for customers by New T&T, which entered the market a year ago after winning one of the Government's three new operation licences. President Leslie Harris said that until now, the company had been concentrating on building its customer base for its 007 international direct dialling (IDD) callback service and constructing its own fixed network. New T&T has now been granted permission by the regulator, Office of the Telecommunications Authority (Ofta), to use Hongkong Telecom exchanges. This means it can offer services to customers in buildings where it has not installed cables itself. It has its own links into 25 buildings, with cabling under way in a further 38. Mr Harris said he wanted to expand the fixed-line customer base 'quickly' from its current 10,000 subscribers. It will aim for high volume users, offering them a range of value-added products and special offers. It is likely that Ofta will grant a similar concession to the other two new fixed-line network operators - Hutchison and New World.