T (Mobile) For Two
SK Telecom, a carrier that is trying to expand into international markets with forays into China, Vietnam, Taiwan, and the USA, has adopted a new catch-all brand name for their South Korean mobile telecom services. They've chosen "T" because "T" represents Telecom, Technology, Top and Trust according to the company" (subsc. req.) Um, okay, maybe "T" represents all that, but that's probably what Deutsche Telekom was thinking when they chose "T" as the umbrella brand for all of their international mobile services, which makes SKT a copycat. Hey, maybe SKT is just doing this to get back at T-Mobile USA, who has been accused of roadblocking Helio, SKT's MVNO in the USA. With 25 other letters to choose from (and 24 more in Hangul), can't we just get along?