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Tokyo, Aug. 7 (Jiji Press)--Apple Inc.'s iPhone 3G has prompted many mobile telephone subscribers in Japan to switch to Softbank Mobile Corp., the only seller of the popular handset in the country, industry data revealed Thursday.
Tokyo, Aug. 6 (Jiji Press)--Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. said Wednesday its group net and operating profits in April-June grew from a year before, thanks mainly to a decline in operating expenses at group company NTT DoCoMo Inc. .
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a04cbf/projecting_3g_in_e) has announced the addition of the "Projecting 3G in Emerging Markets" report to their offering.
Ericsson has signed a frame agreement with Softbank Mobile to expand and upgrade its HSPA network to increase capacity and enable faster mobile broadband.
By Donnelly, Alison Vodafone is planning to educate customers to use the full range of mobile services on offer, rather than simply calls and text messaging.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has signed a frame agreement with a leading Japanese operator, Softbank Mobile, to expand and upgrade its HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) network to increase capacity and enable even faster mobile broadband.
Tokyo, July 11 (Jiji Press)--U.S. Apple Inc.'s next-generation iPhone mobile handset made its strong Japanese market debut Friday morning, with more than 1,500 customers making a long line from the night before in front of the first store to sell the cool gadget in central Tokyo.
By Mai Iida, Kyodo News International, Tokyo Jul.
Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo has established a wholly owned subsidiary in Shanghai, China. It said DoCoMo China will focus on providing mobile services for corporate customers through system and network services and import-export of communications devices.
VODAFONE will encourage more customers to access websites from mobile phones by letting customers download up to 10 megabytes of data in a day for $1, in a move that appears unlikely to go unanswered by rival Telecom.
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