R Clark 9/11/2013 | 3:54:56 AM
The ad is the strategy If you send money, they'll take the ad off.
pzernik 9/10/2013 | 2:54:02 PM
Re: Nice ad! LTE-A is a big win-win for device vendors, infrastructure providers and the general public.  As for the carriers, LTE seems to be a never-ending money pit!  How could the be getting good ROI when the "I" keeps growing and growing....Now I see why they skimp in the AD department...
[email protected] 9/10/2013 | 6:42:27 AM
Impact on business users? I wonder what difference services such as LTE-A, and the truly superfast fiber broadband access services available in S Korea, are having on enterprise strategies.


LTE was exciting operators such as NTT because of the low latency that would make mobile broadband connectivity much more suitable for enterprise applications (much more than 3G, thatr is), and i wonder if that view has been borne out.
DanJones 9/9/2013 | 5:02:03 PM
Re: Nice ad! It's the whacky waving tube armed inflatable approach to selling. Maybe Sprint should give it a try?
Carol Wilson 9/9/2013 | 2:45:37 PM
Re: Nice ad! The ad made my head hurt - does LTE-A cause headaches?
milan03 9/9/2013 | 2:19:55 PM
Re: Nice ad! Wow!  I wonder if this kind of ad would ever work in the US. Clearly works in Korea.
DanJones 9/9/2013 | 1:43:22 PM
Seriously though If they maintained that kind of subscriber additions through August should be up through 500,000 users this month.
DanJones 9/9/2013 | 1:41:26 PM
Re: Nice ad! Looks like that!
Sarah Thomas 9/9/2013 | 1:38:23 PM
Nice ad! So, if I understand the ad correctly, SK Telecom's LTE-Advanced network is really, really fast?!
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