SK-Earthlink Rebrands as Helio
Oct 26, 2005, 8:12 AM by (staff)
SK-Earthlink today announced the brand for its new MVNO service launching next spring: Helio. The brand will also be the new name of the company, a joint venture between Korea's SK Telecom and Earthlink. Helio plans to offer advanced wireless services based on succesful offerings in Korea, delivered via EV-DO networks and exclusive cutting-edge phones.
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Launch in the spring under these networks..
just letting everyone know...
Is it more expensive for the customer to be a part of an MVNO company?
Does it remind anyone of Roxio (previously part of Adaptec) with the logo?
The flame, right?
Newest Korean Cdma for Helio SKY8300
go to sksky.com
korea already has 8400+8500 and they will have
the 9000series next year
on the sky 8300 (korean cdma version)
it has 2.0megapixal 2.4inch lcd screen 64poly
sound mini memory stick(expendable to 1gig)
4hours of cam recording, music video, mp3 player /also 3d games the game feature is very good quality i've used the 8300 for like 5month
and the quality is similar like the psp
well, theres more feature to it can't name it all
the bad side is that it doesn't have any bluetooth thats about it
and yeah, its a slider~