Goldtron Holdings shareholders have approved a renaming of the company to e-Kong Group to better show its transformation to an Internet services provider from a videocassette-maker. In October, the company bought MagicTel, a long-distance call provider that applies Internet technology. Chief executive Derrick Bulawa said e-Kong would soon begin providing new services in Hong Kong. He said the company would expand these services to the rest of the region and to the United States. 'Most of the services have never been seen in the world,' he said. Mr Bulawa said he would disclose details of the proposed services next week. Analysts said the company planned to use an Internet-type technology called voice-over Internet protocol to route long-distance calls. Goldtron last year made provisions of $43.58 million that contributed to its loss of $63.55 million.