Posted on futurizekorea.com
The Korea Communications Commission is facing resistance from telecom firms over new network regulatory policy changes:
While telecommunications companies can’t argue with the big picture, they are also making it clear that they don’t want to be pressured any further to commit lavish investments into unproven technologies and services.
Once again, the complaints center around WiBro, the country’s homegrown wireless technology that has so far failed to live up to its pre-launch hype as the usher of the mobile Internet era.
Here are some othe recent stories about WiBro in Korea and abroad:
Korea Times: WiBro Gets Voice, but Who Cares?
JoongAng Daily: Homegrown WiBro gets exported to Middle East
Chosun Ilbo: Taiwan, Kuwait Sign Up for Korea’s WiBro