North Korea Will Allow Mobile Internet Access From March 1

Foreign visitors and long term residents to be allowed full internet access
February 22nd, 2013

North Korea will soon allow foreign visitors access to the internet via the nation’s Koryolink 3G service, according to reports from the Associated Press Pyongyang bureau. The Egyptian firm that built North Korea’s cell tower infrastructure, Orascom Telecom, reportedly told foreign residents in Pyongyang that internet service would launch no later than March 1.


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Joanna Hong

IMG_0786Joanna Hong holds a BA in European Studies and Italian at Pitzer College in California. Currently a candidate for a Master's in Human Rights at UCL (UK), she focuses her research on human rights and gender issues in North Korea. Joanna is also an intern for NK News.

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