A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams
A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams

Letters | Was ‘smart city’ Hong Kong promise just talk? This Sai Kung village would think so

  • More than a year after the chief executive’s first policy address, no hopes of fibre optic internet service in “remote” village before 2021

Topic |   Internet
A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams
A view of Hoi Ha from the sea. Carrie Lam in her 2017 policy address said telecommunications companies would receive incentives to extend their fibre-based network to rural and remote areas. Photo: Martin Williams
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