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HKNet is an internet service provider in Hong Kong. It is a part of the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Group. Previously one of the major players in the broadband market, HKNet began retreating from the consumer market, and in 2005, transferred its residential customers to the larger Netvigator ISP owned by PCCW. HKnet still maintains a reputable share in the business market.

HKNet currently has over 150,000 dial-up subscribers, a 15 percent market share, and 4,000 corporate customers in Hong Kong. The company's target for its dial-up subscribers to 240,000 and IDD customers exceeding 200,000, by the end of 2006. However, their runner-up in dial-up market had been taken by City Telecom (Hong Kong) had increased its share of the Hong Kong dial-up market to 20 percent, according to ACNielsen survey in 2006. [1]



  • Introducing their 56K Dial-up Service
  • Launching 1st Chinese online newspaper,


  • Formation first Internet greeting card center, HKNet iCard Centre


External links

  • Official Site
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