With the rapid development of mobile communications, the mobile networks in various countries worldwide are also moving towards to the new era of 5G, making technology more fully integrate into the pace of our life.

1O1O has long been prepared for the 5G era and has been optimized and upgraded in various aspects of network speed, coverage, capacity and stability to meet the future needs of personal communications and Internet of Things applications.
 

Speed
To meet customers' demand for high quality mobile entertainment service whenever they want, 1O1O has been demonstrating clear industry leadership and continuously created new standard for mobile network. In late 2017, a subsequent upgrade saw 4x4 MIMO^ (Multi-input, Multi-output) and Four Component Carrier (4CC) Aggregation technology deployed in order to introduce Hong Kong’s first 1Gbps* IP-RAN-based mobile network which enable customers to enjoy a smoother network experience and step towards to new 5G era. 1O1O determined to soar to a new height and stand taller in the market.


 

Experience 1Gbps Network

Want to know what you can expect from us now? Well, 1O1O’s 1Gbps LTE-A network now enables you to download 10 HD songs THREE times faster than before! And you can download 1080P HD movies FOUR times faster than you could previously. What’s more, it takes just 10 seconds to download an amazing 500 photos. That’s fast!


 
 

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Coverage
1O1O’s network covers designated areas of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, New Territories and major Outlying Islands such as Lantau Island, Ping Chau, Chek Lap Kok, Cheung Chau, Hei Ling Chau as well as MTR’s West Island Line, South Island Line and Kwun Tong Line Extension. 1O1O also continues to expand the network coverage at public areas, in order to provide stable and smooth mobile network services in densely populated areas.
 


Hong Kong Coliseum


Mong Kok Stadium
 


1O1O has been keeping pace with MTR’s development by upgrading its network throughout stations on the West Island, South Island and and Kwun Tong Lines. We have also been increasing our 4G network capacity in phases at the most densely-populated stations – to reach the highest network specifications 600Mbps? you could expect. Enhancement of network capacity throughout the MTR facilitates more stable mobile network service to make your journey all the more enjoyable.

 

Capacity
1O1O presides over the largest mobile communications spectrum bandwidth# in the 900MHz, 1800MHz, 2100MHz and 2600MHz bands among any mobile network operators. Through the further network upgrade, this will enable peak download speed of up to 1Gbps* for mobile users with the use of a compatible device. The upgraded network is based on fiber IP backbone infrastructure up to 10Gbps per site with less than 1 millisecond network latency? and this will bring unprecedented mobile online experience for Internet browsing, video services and gaming.
 

 
# Source: OFCA(https://www.coms-auth.hk/tc/policies_regulations/ca_statements/index.html)
? Only available to designated locations in Mong Kok and Causeway Bay
 

Stability
1O1O network has been known to be steady and robust, it is all built on a comprehensive supporting management. Therefore, it has not been affected by serious network incidents in recent years.
 

Multiple level power backupin case of loss of commercial power

3 tiers of backup power system – Backup Battery, Dedicated Diesel Genset per Center, Mobile Diesel Genset, ensure uninterrupted power supply to major communication facilities and smooth network operation.
 
 

High availability server center facilities

Three server centers running currently to provide geographic diversity and minimize risk.
 
 

Call the 1O1O Product Hotline on 2988 1010
or visit a 1O1O Center for details.

Terms & Conditions:
 
* 1Gbps LTE-A network is our network specification for downlink of 4G LTE-A network (with 75Mbps for uplink) provided via three sections of 20MHz continuous 4G spectrum each and one section of 10MHz 4G spectrum, which is only available to designated locations in Mong Kok and Causeway Bay with the use of a compatible device. Actual speeds that customers experience are less than the specifications and will be affected by the device used, locations, network conditions and other extraneous factors.
 
^ 4x4 MIMO is the latest technology to boost up maximum download speed by multiple data streams.
 
ß 256QAM is the latest modulation technology which increases the bit rates of transmission to boost up maximum download speed.
 
? 600Mbps is our network specification for downlink of 4G LTE-A network (with 75Mbps for uplink) provided via three sections of 20MHz continuous 4G spectrum each, which is only available to designated locations with the use of a compatible device. Actual speeds that customers experience are less than the specifications and will be affected by the device used, locations, network conditions and other extraneous factors.
 
? 450Mbps is our network specification for downlink of 4G LTE-A network (with 75Mbps for uplink) provided via three sections of 20MHz continuous 4G spectrum each, which is only available to designated locations with the use of a compatible CAT 9 device. Actual speeds that customers experience are less than the specifications and will be affected by the device used, locations, network conditions and other extraneous factors.
 
¦ 300Mbps is the network specification for downlink of 4G LTE-A (with 50Mbps for uplink) which is being rolled out and only available to specific locations with the use of a compatible CAT 6 device. Actual speeds that customers experience are considerably less than the specifications and will be affected by the device used, locations, network conditions and other extraneous factors.
 
? 150Mbps is network specification for downlink of 4G LTE network (2600MHz – CAT 4), with 50Mbps for uplink. However, the actual speed that customers experience will be considerably less than the network specifications and will be affected by internet conditions, server speeds, network conditions, coverage, locations, the device used, hardware, software, usage levels and other factors.