Operator cooperation in South Korea has created a successful identity solution

September 18, 2017

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To ensure broad service provider adoption, SKT and the other Korean operators realised that they needed to offer a single identity solution with full market coverage, and subsequently worked together to offer unified technical and commercial integration. Now adopted by 99% of Korean websites, the resulting cross-operator solution drives revenue for operators of US$40 million annually. It has also enabled SKT to open up new revenue channels by offering innovative value-added services based on the existence of a robust recognised identity.

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