Limited internet use on mobile phones allowed in North Korea

Limited internet use on mobile phones allowed in North Korea
When most of the world has been riding the wave of web surfing on mobile phones, North Korean handset owners will now have limited internet access. The new access allows North Koreans to access a Web site to see new reports from the Korean Central News Agency. Although you simply can't browse any sites, at least they can listen to music, get information about books, do online chatting, or look up investment opportunities. It might be a small step in acquiring 3G coverage for  a population of over 2 million, but at least its going towards the right direction. Still there are large limitations imposed on cell phone use.

source: Yahoo

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