HKBN Offers Awesome Broadband

Hong Kong Broadband Network announces 'AWESOME SPEED. FOR EVERYONE' – 100-Mbit/s broadband service at US$13/month

November 2, 2009

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HONG KONG -- HongKong Broadband Network Ltd ("HKBN"), a wholly owned subsidiary of CityTelecom (HK) Limited (HKSE:1137) (Nasdaq:CTEL), today announcesbreakthrough "AWESOME SPEED. FOR EVERYONE" -- 100Mbps broadband serviceat US$13/month (HK$99/month).

Some cars earn "SuperCar" status by their sheer performance but arepriced beyond the mass. At HKBN, we have shattered this affordabilitybarrier by delivering a "SuperCar" class symmetric 100Mbps broadbandservice at a mass market price. Anyone who stays within our 1.62million households' network coverage, including all our existing391,000 broadband users, are eligible to invite a friend to join ourbb100 service for 24 months for price of HK$99 (US$13)/month each.

At this monthly fee level, the cost per Mbps for HKBN's 100Mbpsbroadband service is just US$0.06 (HK$0.50), which is AWESOME WorldClass leading value. Furthermore, with our unique Speed Guarantee of80% local bandwidth and unparalleled performance in massivelymultiplayer online role-playing games, we are delivering on one of ourcore purposes "To experience the joy of advancing and applyingtelecommunications technology for the benefit of the public."

Mr. William Yeung, Chief Executive Officer of HKBN said, "With at least32% of Internet users in Hong Kong still suffering from broadbandservices below 10Mbps, Hong Kong is lagging behind Korea and Japan interms of Fibre-To-The-Home's Penetration, and is only classed as"Comfortably enjoying today's applications" in terms of BroadbandDevelopment. Being the second largest broadband service provider, wehave a duty to improve Hong Kong's Global standings. Given ourexceptional word-of-mouth, our launch of 'AWESOME SPEED. FOR EVERYONE'is not just about competition, but also dedicated to applyingtelecommunications technology for the benefit of public, making UltraHigh Speed Broadband Access the norm in Hong Kong."

Hong Kong Broadband Network Ltd. (HKBN)

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