If you’re taking a trip to South Korea, the Korea Tourism Organization is offering up a Galaxy Note 5 that you can use. SK Telecom and Samsung have teamed up with the Korea Tourism Organization to offer the devices to “select” visitors arriving via Seoul’s primary airport over the next few days. About 250 phones will be given out per weeks and you’ll be able to use them for up to 5 days.
SK Telecom will allow users to use up to 1GB of data while they’re using the device, but that sure beats paying for roaming on your normal carrier or picking up a plan on a local service.
The program starts in late February and you’ll be able to apply through the Korea Tourism Organization’s website.Source: Samsung VIa: Engadget