Dongsung Kim One of the major internet carriers in South Korea, KT, started to roll out 1Gbps FTTH fiber service at the price of KRW 35000 (USD 33) for 3-year contract. The current 100Mbps my family has is fine for me, but I guess I should ask them about this.
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John Olinda How do I get signed up for this if I'm currently with Olleh?
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Dongsung Kim You can call the number 100 (KT/Olleh Call Center) or visit the nearest store global.olleh.com/e... and ask about "GIGA Internet." Check out the details at smartblog.olleh.co... and dic.olleh.com/wDic... Availability varies by the region you're in, so check yours at help.olleh.com/ftt... (Sorry the links are in Korean)
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Mark Dain I can't even cope with this. 1Gbit for that price? I've only got 80 Mbit (South UK).
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Dongsung Kim Yep. One of few good things in this country. The situation has some history, but in short, it is a perfect accidental combination of government-driven infrastructure and insane competition. The same thing doesn't apply to mobile though.
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