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DACOM looks to converged services to boost revenues, cut debt

12 Apr 2006

South Korean telco DACOM has targeted an 8% rise in turnover to KRW1.22 trillion (USD1.27 billion) in 2006, according to the Korea Herald, citing Park Jong-eung, the company’s chief executive officer. Much of the growth is expected to come from converged services, including VoIP, IPTV and triple-play, whilst the telco plans to introduce a number of new products such as a so-called Wi-Fi phone, providing wireless VoIP telephony for businesses. Park said DACOM aims to cut its debt ratio to 90% in 2006, from the current 118%.

South Korea, LG Dacom (formerly DACOM)

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