Four companies have been approved in South Korea to offer VoIP.
Already blessed with some of the fastest broadband and wireless broadband in the world, and Hanaro, one of the more early deployers of SIP in Asia, look for rapid consumer and business uptake.
What I find interesting in the story is that the regulators have assigned VoIP it's own service code, 070, there.
This seems to be happening in some countries, as a way to distinguish VoIP from PSTN. My question is, are we starting a class system for calls?