Sunday, November 05, 2006

What's happening mobile-wise in Korea?

If you want to know the answer, then you could do worse than going to the BBC and having a look at the programme and accompanying article from the BBC on uber-fast mobile data speeds and what you might use them for. This includes quite a bit about mobile TV and Wibro so if either of those are your bag, it's definitely worth a look. I'm not sure how long it will be up there, so catch it whilst it's still live.


  1. Anonymous10:49 pm GMT


    Korea is v interesting, (as is Japan) though I'm never quite sure how much of their lessons can be applied here - not just due to the tech stack but due to culture / lifestyle differences and the economics of mobile data.

  2. Yes, I agree. Korea is heavily subsidised and there are certainly cultural differences. However, at the bottom of most things is human emotion and that's common to us all. And those products and services that evoke emotion are going to be winners to a lesser or greater degree in any territory.


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