Sustainability

Ubiquitous Telecommunications Service

 

To safeguard the basic communications rights of citizens and to allow all citizens to enjoy ubiquitous telecommunications service fairly is a policy goal that the government is promoting for the long term. We have disregarded cost to provide more than 21 households in 81 remote villages and underdeveloped areas nationally with telephone service and over 80,000 households with data communications services, over 74,000 public telephones in 22 counties and cities, and data communication access services to 3,700 elementary schools and libraries. The total net cost of Chunghwa Telecom ubiquitous service construction in 2013 amounted to NT$ 850 million. In 2015, Chunghwa Telecom has established 62 sites for accessibility to telecommunication services in supporting the government for protecting the fundamental right of the people in communication with concrete action.

 

To safeguard the basic communications rights of citizens and to allow all citizens to enjoy ubiquitous telecommunications service fairly is a policy goal that the government is promoting for the long term. We have disregarded cost to provide more than 21 households in 81 remote villages and underdeveloped areas nationally with telephone service and over 80,000 households with data communications services, over 74,000 public telephones in 22 counties and cities, and data communication access services to 3,700 elementary schools and libraries. The total net cost of Chunghwa Telecom ubiquitous service construction in 2013 amounted to NT$ 850 million. In 2015, Chunghwa Telecom has established 62 sites for accessibility to telecommunication services in supporting the government for protecting the fundamental right of the people in communication with concrete action.