Wednesday, June 9, 2010

IPhone 4G to come to Korea in early July

Following the WWDC, there is a lot of buzz about the new IPhone 4G.  The newest model will be available in the U.S. starting June 24, with preorders starting on June 15.  According to this article, the IPhone 4G will be released in Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, France, and the U.S. for the June 24 date.  Then it would come to 18 other locations, including South Korea in early July.  No exact day is set yet, but from the articles I've read in English and Korean are all indicating an early July arrival, which is good news for anyone who wants to upgrade or get their first IPhone (like me!).  Even KT's official announcement on their website confirms it will be here next month.  I'm anxiously awaiting its arrival.  Now just to decide...white or black?

Also, the exclusive provider of IPhone in Korea, KT/Show, has launched their English website to better serve the foreign community.  This website details rate plans, as well as various discounts that a customer can get with his chosen rate plan.  I hope that this will better inform and help foreign residents who are looking to sign up with KT/Show for their cellphone service.

*Edited for a few notes:  Changed the website link for KT/Show to directly link to the English portion.  Also, for those of you running Firefox or Chrome, this site might not load for you properly.  It's best to use IE.  I apologize for any inconvenience.*

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