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Telco Presidents Discuss Future of 3G Mobile Phone Services
Posted: 01-Oct-2002 [Source: AsiaBizTech]

[Two of the corporate leaders in Japan's telecom race, Tadashi Onodera, President of KDDI and Darryl E. Green, President of J-Phone discuss their 3G strategies.]

by Toshiaki Matsumoto, Tokyo -- "The J-Phone Group will launch commercial service using third-generation mobile telephony (3G) in December, to bring the number of Japan's mobile telecom operators offering 3G services to three, following the 3G services launched by NTT DoCoMo Inc. and KDDI Corp.

The rollout of 3G services has been affected by the deteriorating revenues of mobile operators in the United States and Europe. In regard to area coverage, international roaming, and other concerns, the three Japanese companies paint rather different pictures of upcoming developments.

Nikkei Communications asked the three companies about their strategies. This week we publish interviews with KDDI and J-Phone. An interview with NTT DoCoMo will follow later."

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