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North Korea pulls 3G Internet access for short-term visitors

03/27, 6:07am

Tourists denied Internet access, permitted long-distance calls

North Korea is stopping tourists visiting the country from accessing the Internet over 3G wireless connections, reversing what some believed was a major step forward for the secretive region. The change comes just one month after the regime opened up its digital borders, with carrier Koryolink launching its mobile Internet service for visitors, as well as international calling, texts, and MMS messaging.

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North Korea set to enable 3G mobile Internet access in March

02/22, 5:04am

Internet access still denied to general population

North Korea is allowing foreign users access to the Internet over mobile devices. The ability for travelers to use the country's 3G network comes one month after the secluded country permitted the use of mobile phones by tourists, though not quite the same access will be offered to resident citizens in the country.

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