Typhoons and insatiable demand for satellite television causing Hong Kong to fall behind in race for 5G mobile broadband service

Frequent bouts of bad weather and a huge demand for live satellite television have placed Hong Kong behind other developed economies in the race towards implementing next generation 5G mobile broadband services, a senior telecommunication official said on …
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