HKBN Exciting Upgrade Offer Lets Customers Enjoy 1000Mbps Broadband Service at only $178

HONG KONG, Sept. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Hong Kong Broadband Network ("HKBN") today announced the introduction of its "Super Stellar Upgrade", the latest offer to give new customers a free upgrade in speed for a faster, smoother online experience.

Starting tomorrow (22 Sep), when customers register to 500Mbps broadband service at $178/month they will enjoy a free upgrade to 1,000Mbps service. Likewise, customers who register to 100Mbps service at $158/month will enjoy a free speed enhancement to 500Mbps. This offer is available until 15 October 2014. To apply, please go online or visit any HKBN store. For offer details, visit

With a solid understanding of market-specific needs, HKBN continues to remain at the forefront of technology, and was, as early as 2004, the world’s first provider to introduce 1000Mbps high-speed fibre broadband service on a massive scale, bringing cutting-edge technology to Hongkongers.  Now as the leading provider of residential symmetric 100Mbps and above broadband service, HKBN is to render high-speed broadband even more popular across Hong Kong, allowing more customers to benefit from ultra-fast broadband throughout their daily lives.

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HKBN Super Stellar Upgrade

HKBN Super Stellar Upgrade

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About Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited

Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited ("HKBN") is the leading provider of residential symmetric 100Mbps and above broadband services in Hong Kong with a core purpose to "Make Our Hong Kong a Better Place to Live". HKBN offers an array of world-class enterprise solutions carrier services, as well as a diversified portfolio of innovative residential broadband and Wi-Fi access, communication and entertainment services to 1.4 million subscribers.

HKBN takes great pride in developing its 2,500-strong Talent force into a competitive advantage.  In May 2012, the company underwent a management buy-out and is now majority-owned by funds advised by CVC Capital Partners and 87 HKBN managers.