09. 09. 2004
"Ubiquitous Life Planner"
KT Freetel, Korea's second largest wireless carrier (the largest being SK Telecom) introduced some new concepts at the ITU Asia Telecom Fair, collectively calling the new services and devices a "ubiquitous life planner".
"You can get a remote medical checkup by touching a door sensor every morning, enjoy music with an MP3-embedded jacket on and access the fastest road according to traffic conditions while driving," the company says in its brochure.
One of the darlings of the crowd is digital multimedia broadcasting demonstrated at its booth. Music, text and video are delivered seamlessly on personal digital assistants.
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