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DIDWW, a global provider of premium quality VoIP communications and SIP trunking services, is proud to announce the acquisition of national telecom operator licenses in Hong Kong. This significant milestone reinforces DIDWW’s commitment to deliver top-tier telecom services and expand its global footprint. With licenses already held in 28 countries and its own numbering resources in 13 regions, DIDWW affirms its extensive reach and comprehensive telecom capabilities to meet the evolving needs of businesses worldwide.

DIDWW, a global provider of premium quality VoIP communications and SIP trunking services for businesses and telco carriers, has announced the launch of its Point of Presence (POP) in Hong Kong. This strategically positioned POP is fully operational and ready to efficiently handle customer voice traffic, delivering superior performance and connectivity.

China Telecom (China Telecommunication Corporation) and HGC (formerly Hutchinson Global Communication) will be working together in building a carrier-to-carrier fiber optic connection on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. HGC, founded in 1992 under British ruling, is the leader in fixed-line operators. It also has an extensive number of infrastructures outside of Hong Kong. It is also one of Hong Kong’s main Wi-Fi provider with 29,000 hotspots. It is now owned by I Square Capital, under Asia Cube Global’s infrastructure. On the other hand, China Telecom is the most important state-owned telecommunication company in China. It manages the third largest broadband network in the world. Their internet offers has 160 million subscribers, and the customers’ number of their mobile service is 260 million. This Bridge connects Zhuhai, up north Macau, Macau itself and Hong Kong. It is set to open for vehicles on July 1rst 2018. It will also be used for…