It’s well known that North Korea’s Internet access is scant at best—only the country’s elite have access. In fact, there’s only about 1,000 assigned IP addresses.
But according to a new report by NKNews, foreigners can now access the Internet not only on their phones (through the state-run mobile company Koryolink) but now through Pyongyang’s Wi-Fi network.
“Only devices with foreigners-only SIM cards can access Pyongyang’s Wi-Fi,” Reverend Choi Jae-yeong told the site. “So ordinary citizens of Pyongyang can’t access it.”
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