At Mox, we aim to bring the best experience to customers. We’re happy when you’re happy and that’s why we constantly listen to you and improve our products and services for you every day. \nOur birth year 2020 also celebrates the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, a musical genius, who composed many of the best symphonies of all-time. His 5th symphony, however - with its famous, jolting first four-notes, has an exclusive place in the world of classical music. \nWe got our inspiration from Beethoven and decided to celebrate Mox’s birthday with him and we wanted to dedicate it to Hong Kong. \nWe don't know if it’s coincidence or not, but the signature introduction of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, “duh-duh-duh-duuuuuh” is Morse code for “V”, which is the roman numeral for five.\n. . . –– spells out “V”.\nHow could we turn our tune into a conversation and share a message in it just like this? After trying hundreds of versions, we finally found the best version. We’ve coded the initials of Hong Kong into this music and we are proud to share this with the people of Hong Kong.\nIf you’ve seen and heard our Mox videos and communications recently, we did something similar. Our signature Mox sound logo is Morse code for HK.\n. . . . – . – spells out “H K”.\n\n \n \n\n\nWe also adapted different versions of this tune to fit other popular occasions in town, such as Christmas and Chinese New Year. We’ve also produced different themes including a Classical version for our Contact Center.\n\n\n \n\n\nAnd one more thing! When some money comes into or goes out of your Mox account or when you hear about our latest news, you receive a notification and each one of them makes a different sound produced out of our tune. \nSo, remember, every time you hear this tune, you'll listen to our love for Hong Kong.