Monday, November 23, 2009

iPhone finally makes its way to Korea

South Korean regulators finally granted Apple a licence to sell the long awaited iPhone in Korea. It was always a mystery how such a popular phone worldwide had not yet made it to Korea, who is always one of the first in phone technologies. Anyway, it's set to be released on November 28th with a contract through KT, a mobile service provider. Starting price is only 132,000 won with a plan through KT. SK is also in talks to begin providing this phone as well.

On a side note, the iPhone was just released in China a month ago, though, without WiFi in accordance to regulations.

See this article from PC World for more details.

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