SK Telecom adopts Blockchain technology to streamline processes in mobile phone insurance

The South Korean telecommunications company, SK Telecom, announced a blockchain-based document submission process for mobile phone insurance. This new protocol will eliminate the company’s current outdated paper processing methods.

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Previously, users had to visit a technical repair office to receive insurance benefits for their damaged equipment, according to Itbiznews. Successful visits concluded with a claim receipt, which then had to be emailed or faxed to the insurance company.

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SK Telecom’s new system will allow the telecommunications giant’s customers to bypass this archaic process, and now do it completely online in a fast and secure manner.

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The announcement states that replacing paperwork with electronic certificates will help the company to handle inquiries sent to insurance companies in a much more secure manner. They also hope that this new method will help prevent document forgery.

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SK Telecom expects mobile phone service centers and insurance Bitcoin Rejoin companies to reduce costs and improve processing speed, allowing them to resolve customer complaints in a much more efficient manner.

The company says Samsung’s Galaxy series will be the first phone model to support this new service.

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Kim Seong-soo, sales manager of SK Telecom, said that the adoption of Blockchain technology will expand to „several areas of service in the future.

On May 26, Samsung announced a turnkey standalone security solution that secures crypto-currency transactions on smartphones and tablets.

As Cointelegraph previously reported, South Korea’s NongHyup (NH) Bank will introduce a mobile identification system based on Blockchain, developed by a technology consortium between companies such as Samsung Electronics and LG Uplus.