S.Korea's SK Telecom to offer iPhone on March 16
SEOUL, March 6
SEOUL, March 6 (Reuters) - SK Telecom , South Korea's top mobile carrier, said on Sunday it will begin service for Apple Inc.'s iPhone on March 16.
KT Corp , SK's smaller rival, has carried the device exclusively in the country, selling more than 2 million units since rollout in late 2009.
SK Telecom has carried Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S, selling more than 2 million units. (Reporting by Jack Kim, editing by Miral Fahmy)
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