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Beginning on March 1, foreign visitors to North Korea will be able to use uncensored 3G mobile internet data. The service, unavailable to locals, is provided by Koryolink, and will cost $300 for a hotspot and SIM cad, after which 2GB of data can be bought for a further $300, or 10GB for $525.
Services and websites blocked in North Korea such as Twitter, Facebook, and Skype, will reportedly be available uncensored on Koryolink’s network. Twitter and Facebook are both blocked in China, while Skype is used by the government to spy on users.