SK broadband has redefined the standards of the communications and broadcasting market by launching the world’s first ADSL and Korea’s first IPTV services. It is now taking a new leap to become a comprehensive media platform by merging with multi-service operator (MSO) T-Broad in 2020 and launching multi-program provider (MPP) Media S in 2021.
Its unmatched content planning and production has bolstered the competitiveness of “B tv”, but SK broadband never remains complacent. In order to enhance customized media services, it is striving to develop new businesses, while also advancing strategic communications infrastructure, such as laying international submarine communications cables and expanding the IDC business.
SK Broadband has two main business areas—its media business offering its comprehensive media, and its wired communication business. It offers a wide range of contents based on customer needs and actively engages with customers through marketing to further strengthen its service competitiveness.
It provides content and personalized services such as VOD, data, voice, sound, and e-commerce services, including real-time broadcast programs.
It delivers video and audio information through the HFC network that transmits the broadband signal to the home, while also operating its own local channels customized for each local town.
Based on its own networks, SK broadband provides Internet access lines and services as well as voice services using telecommunication equipment and facilities.
It provides equipment, security and operation services to ensure reliable management of customer assets such as servers, the core of Internet connection.
Channel S is the comprehensive entertainment channel of SK broadband's subsidiary Media S, and Channel S PLUS is its local community channel
Home&Charge is the EV charging service brand of SK broadband’s Home&Service.