Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee
Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee

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Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee
Jennifer Tan Yuen-chun, the chief operating officer at Hutchison Telecom, which owns more than 1.4 million kilometres of fibre optic cable. The network covers more than 90 per cent of commercial buildings across the city, almost 2 million Hong Kong households, cross-border links to mainland China and overseas cable connections. Photo: Dickson Lee
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