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South Korea's SK Telecom to roll out 300Mbps mobile Internet

SK Telecom will soon provide 300Mbps mobile Internet to South Korea

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Jan 21, 2014 11:29 am

As it stands today, South Korea's largest mobile network, SK Telecom, has 'regular' 75Mbps LTE mobile broadband. The South Korea-based company has just announced plans to push out some insane mobile Internet speeds.

 

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SK Telecom's upcoming '3band LTE-Advanced' will offer speeds of up to 300Mbps, or LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) by aggregating "more than two frequency bands". The service will roll out toward the end of the year. New Agency, Yonhap, reports that users can download an 800MB file in 22 seconds, which is just insane.

 

The company will be showing off its new blistering fast Internet at Mobile World Congress next month, in Barcelona.

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