China can't touch South Korea -- or, at least so far as the iPhone is concerned.
Carrier KT Corp.
Others are simply buying from the U.S. "Its about 3500 Yuan, or $500 cheaper to get a contract with AT&T
If KT Corp. is doing better in South Korea -- home to global electronics superstars Samsung and LG -- it may because it's taking China Unicom's strategy and reversing it. For example, KT is offering some iPhone models free, and monthly plan rates range between $38 and $115, the Journal reports. Such pricing has KT predicting it will sell up to a half-million iPhones to its customers.
And where is SK Telecom
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