KTF aims to double wireless data revenue

South Korean wireless carrier KTF said it plans to double its wireless data revenues by 2007. According to the carrier's new CEO Cho Young-chu, KTF plans to increase its wireless data service revenue as a portion of total annual sales to over 20 percent by the end of 2007, up from its current 10 percent level. KTF said it plans to become the leading next-generation wireless carrier offering converged WCDMA and digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) data services. KTF is South Korea's second-largest wireless carrier with 12.23 million subscribers.

For more on KTF's aggressive data growth plans:
- check out this piece from The Korea Times

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