Technology in Education. Transforming Educational Practices

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According to the latest statistics published (February 2014) by the Office of the
Communications Authority [1], there are 17,224,652 mobile subscribers in Hong

Kong. Out of these subscribers, 12,525,316 of them are 2.5G and 3G/4G mobile sub-
scribers. The mobile subscriber penetration rate is 238.6% which is very high in the

world. The high ownership of mobile phones among local undergraduate students
coupled with the good communication network infrastructure constitutes a very good
flexible teaching and learning environment.

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    According to the latest statistics published (February 2014) by the Office of the
    Communications Authority [1], there are 17,224,652 mobile subscribers in Hong

    Kong. Out of these subscribers, 12,525,316 of them are 2.5G and 3G/4G mobile sub-
    scribers. The mobile subscriber penetration rate is 238.6% which is very high in the

    world. The high ownership of mobile phones among local undergraduate students
    coupled with the good communication network infrastructure constitutes a very good
    flexible teaching and learning environment.

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