Vibo Telecom

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Vibo Telecom Inc.
Type Subsidiary of Kinpo Electronics
Industry Telecom
Founded 2000[1]
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan
Key people Feng-Hsiung Chang, CEO
Products Mobile and Telecommunication operator

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


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]


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