Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong
Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong pay-TV leader i-Cable taps main shareholder for more funds to help end decade of losses

  • Company is selling HK$200 million of convertible bonds with 2 per cent annual coupon to replenish its capital for investment
  • i-Cable is required to invest HK$3.45 billion from 2017 to 2023 on infrastructure, contents under its operating concession

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Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong
Entrance of i-cable / Cable TV office at Cable TV Tower in Tsuen Wan. Hong Kong’s biggest pay TV operator. Photo: Felix Wong
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