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KT, SkyLife unit launch satellite TV service for cars

Wednesday 12 July 2017 | 13:59 CET | News
South Korean operator KT and its affiliate KT SkyLife have launched an upgraded satellite TV service for cars, combining satellite broadcasting and LTE mobile network technologies, The Korea Times reports. KT and SkyLife plan to offer the service not only in Korea but also across global markets, especially in advanced countries with a nationwide LTE infrastructure. The service will provide around 40 channels for KRW 15,000 per month. VoD features will be added starting November.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: KT Skylife
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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