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Structure of the Telecommunications distribution sector in Korea: September 2002

Nationwide

2

KT, Hanaro Telecom

Nationwide

2

Dacom, Onse Telecom

Nationwide

3

KT, Dacom, Onse Telecom

Nationwide

1

Hanaro Telecom

Nationwide

3

KT, Dacom, Onse Telecom

Nationwide

1

Hanaro Telecom

Service

Local telephone Value-added service Long-distance telephone Value-added service International telephone Value-added service

Service provider

Service coverage

No of providers

Telecommunication circuit lease

Domestic International

Domestic

7

1

KT, Dacom, G&G Networks, Dreamline, Hanaro Telecom, Thrunet, Space Broadband PowerComm

Servicesprovidedoverallocatedfrequencies

(GMPCS)

Nationwide

2

Trunked radio

Regional

5

Nationwide

1

Personal communication service

Nationwide

2

Nationwide

3

Nationwide

1

Regional Areas

4

Mobile telephone

Global Mobile PCS by Satellite

system (TRS)

Wireless Data Communication

Radio Paging

Long distance international

International

3

4

SK Telecom, Hansol iGlobe, Onse Telecom

Dacom Crossing, Seoul International Telephone, Korea Level-3 Communications, Samsung Networks

SK Telecom (18.44 million)

LG Telecom (11.29 million), KT Freetel (5.27 million)

Dacom, Korea ORBComm

Seoul TRS (Metropolital Area), KB Telecom (Busan, Gyeongnam), Dagu TRS (Daegu, Gyeongbuk), Power Tel TRS (Gangwon), Jeju TRS (Jeju)

Air Media, In Tech Telecom, Hanse Telecom

InTech Telecom

Seoul Mobile Communications (Metropolitan Area), Eysel's Vision (Busan, Gyeongnam), Selim iTEch (Daegu, Gyeongbuk)

Very high-sped wireless internet

Natiowide

1

Dacom

IMT-2000

Nationwide

3

KT iComm, SKIMT, LGTelecom

Sunil Mani, UNU-INTECH, ITU Geneva, April 14 2004

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