Vibo Telecom

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Vibo Telecom Inc.
威寶電信股份有限公司
Type Subsidiary of Kinpo Electronics
Industry Telecom
Founded 2000[1]
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan
Key people Feng-Hsiung Chang, CEO
Products Mobile and Telecommunication operator
Website http://www.vibo.com.tw

Vibo Telecom Inc. (Chinese: 威寶電信股份有限公司; pinyin: Wēibǎo Diànxìn Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a 3G mobile network operator in Taiwan. The unit of its major operations is in the capital city of Taiwan, Taipei. Vibo is a subsidiary of the Kinpo group. Vibo's network is UMTS (W-CDMA) based in the 2.1 GHz band. They were awarded a licence in February 2002, and went live on 1 October 2005.[2] Vibo's offers a common pricing plan for broadband and mobile that was introduced under the slogan On-Net/Off-net one price.[3] Vibo offers it subscribers to roam internationally. the number of roaming partners nearing the three digit figure.

Vibo Telecom in Taipei Telecom 2006
Vibo Telecom in IT Month 2013

Handsets[edit]

In addition to supplying handsets from most major brands, such as HTC, LG, Nokia and Samsung, Vibo also supplies some handsets under their own brand:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Company profile on Linkedin
  2. ^ Operator data from GSM world association.
  3. ^ Company Overview
  4. ^ Vibo A688
  5. ^ Vibo T588