HONG Kong Polytechnic students will soon have access to extensive CT2 coverage with a new network from Chevalier Telepoint which comes on stream later this month. In the first stage of a comprehensive plan to provide CT2 service to all of Hong Kong's tertiary education institutions, Chevalier has installed base stations at key sites on the Polytechnic's campus, including the canteens, student union, gymnasium, swimming pool, library and main entrances. ''CT2 is a natural next step for students,'' said Chevalier Telepoint managing director Neil Montefiore. ''It has become the norm for them to carry pagers and that trend is growing. ''By installing a CT2 network, Chevalier is offering them the sort of phone mobility that, until now, has been totally out of their price range - and with additional services that fit their lifestyle perfectly.'' With its unlimited call plan, Chevalier represents the best value CT2 and pager service in the territory. Its value-added services include Page-Link which provides direct access to incoming calls at the touch of a button, fully computerised paging and voice mail. Chevalier's Information Bulletin provides customers with free local information about best shopping buys, the latest karaoke spots and restaurants, what's on at the cinema, and a daily horoscope. Chevalier (Telepoint) is a joint venture between Chevalier (OA) International Holdings, a Hong Kong office automation and telecommunications equipment supplier, and Telstra Corporation, Australia's national and international telecommunications carrier.