SK Telecom Launches High-Speed Internet Service

Friday 3 December 1999 | 00:00 CET | News
SK Telecom is venturing into the high-speed Internet service market. The country’s largest wireless service operator said yesterday (Thursday) that it will launch a high-speed Internet service using a cable TV network, starting Monday. Puchon and Kimpo will be the first two areas to receive the service called Dream Netsgo, offered in conjunction with the area cable TV operator Dream City. The company will be able to provide Internet service at a speed of up to 10 Mbps using the cable TV network, which has 120,000 subscribers, according to SK Telecom. The number of high-speed Internet

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