South Korea's No. 3 mobile carrier will offer a wide range of media services to gain a competitive edge in its 5G business, based on a wider customer base following its acquisition of the nation's No. 1 cable operator, CJ Hello, in February, he said.
"5G service will change the everyday lives of our customers, creating new business opportunities not only in the (business to customer) business but also in the (business to business) areas, including autonomous vehicles, smart factories and smart cities," Ha said in a shareholder meeting at the company's headquarters here, Yonhap news agency reported.
"We will pro-actively respond to the fast-changing business environment and concentrate on key services for sustainable growth."
The telecom company logged sales of 12.1 trillion Won ($10.6 billion) in 2018. It offered 400 Won in dividends for per share, the same as 2018.
Huawei's gear is used in about 95 per cent of 15,000 5G base stations established in the nation so far, according to the firm.
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