Take a tour of South Korea's WiMAX service

Clearwire often dominates news about mobile WiMAX here in the United States. However, in South Korea, where operators KT and SK Telecom are three years into their mobile WiMAX deployments, there is a different story. Launched in 2006, WiBro (the South Korean brand for WiMAX) now covers around 50 percent of South Korea's population, and the nation's two WiMAX operators expect to cover the vast majority of South Koreans by 2011. FierceWireless Managing Editor Mike Dano is in South Korea, and he got a first-hand look at the country's mobile WiMAX service. Slideshow

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