Chung Hom Kok Cable Landing Station (Chung Hom Kok  CLS) is located at Rural Building Lot 1154, Teleport, Chung Hom Kok in the central island of Hong Kong, the southernmost cable landing station in Hong Kong. The Chung Hom Kok CLS houses C2C, SJC, SJC2, HKA cable systems. 

The Chung Hom Kok  CLS is a facility owned by GB21 (Hong Kong) Limited. GB21 was a 100% owned subsidiary of Singtel, established for landing C2C cable in Hong Kong. Three cables of the C2C Network land at the Chung Hom Kok CLS. In August 2018, Singtel sold 100% stakes in GB21 to China Mobile International. The aggregate consideration for GB21 is US$9.5 million, paid in cash. The Consideration was arrived at on a willing-buyer willing-seller basis after taking into account, inter alia, various factors including the assets of GB21. As at 31 March 2018, the net tangible liability of GB21 was approximately HK$26 million.

The C2C cable system, as part of EAC-C2C network, is now owned by Telstra.

China Telecom Global (CTG) has a colocation at GB21 Chung Hom Kok CLS. As the landing party in Hong Kong for SJC and HKA cable systems, CTG selected the Chung Hom Kok CLS as cable landing station for SJC and HKA.

China Mobile International is the landing party in Hong Kong for the SJC2 cable system.

Station Name:

  • Chung Hom Kok Cable Landing Station, or Chung Hom Kok CLS


Station Owner:

  • GB21, China Mobile International


Available Backhaul Providers:

  • Telstra
  • China Telecom Global
  • China Mobile International


Submarine Cable Systems: