Thursday, December 28, 2006

Hong Kong: Earthquake. . . Netvigator?

Statement about the impact on telecommunications of the Taiwan earthquake already from (among others) Hong Kong's Office of the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA) and Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank (HSBC).

Here is the statement on the front page Hong Kong's largest Internet service provider, PCCW's Netvigator:

[This Space Intentionally Left Blank]

Yeah, Mister Bijou previously mentioned it in a previous post: "Nothing whatsover, however, on the front page of Hong Kong biggest ISP Netvigator, except the usual service promotions. No surprise there, though."

But Mister B thought it deserved its own dedicated post.

Oh, and Wikipedia is inaccessible. Time to go to bed.

Update. Please read Comments.
Thank you.


Spike said...

Actually there's a pop-up window with info. Nothing no one doesn't already know and no true estimate of when things will return to normal. If you've got a pop-up blocker going, you don't see it.

mister bijou said...

My bad. I have a pop-up blocker.
Spike, thanks!

mister bijou said...

Went back yet again, pop-up block unblocked, cookies accepted . . . still nothing. That's with browser Firefox 1.5.01.

Oh, Netvigator front page says: (Microsoft) Internet Explorer preferred.

Why Netvigator discriminate against other browsers?