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SK Telecom to invest USD 33 mln in IT&E Guam and CNMI

Friday 21 September 2018 | 07:57 CET | News

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South Korean operator SK Telecom has announced it is investing USD 33 million in IT&E Guam and CNMI under a strategic partnership that would mean lower roaming rates, faster data and internet services, and the 2019 launch of 5G services, Pacific Daily News reports, citing James Oehlerking, CEO for IT&E. "It's a long term relationship we're establishing with them and I think it will keep us at a leading edge of available technologies that will be able to provide cost-effective and advanced services for both our consumer and enterprise customers", Oehlerking said.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: IT&E / SK Telecom
Countries: Guam
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