Japan Communications Inc. (the “Company”) and NTT DoCoMo, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “DoCoMo”) is looking into the unilaterally effect of the connection fee which is 1.7 times
U-NEXT Co., Ltd. deals with video distribution service has announced that it they will enter the market as an MVNO.
略称：CTC）/ Itochu Techno-Solutions has announced that they will become an Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) from April 2013.
Japanese MVNO Japan Communications has lanched two visitor nano-Sims that can be used in the iPhone 5 or iPad mini for data communications
Japan-based SoftBank could shake up the U.S. wireless market by partnering with Internet firms Google and Amazon.com after regulators approve its $20.1 billion investment in Sprint Nextel, says Macquarie Capital.
「IIJmioプリペイドパック」is a new prepaidMVNO data bundle which will launch of Saturday the 09 of March, 2013.
Wholly owned subsidiary of JCB, JCB Service has started to provide its new services “「Route J モバイル」/ Route J mobile Communication” a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), using high-speed wireless data communication services from February 28, 2013″.
Softbank Corp. is considering selling about a 67 percent stake in smaller Japanese mobile phone service provider eAccess Ltd. to Samsung Electronics Co. of South Korea and 10 other companies for an undisclosed amount two-thirds of eAccess, the carrier it acquired for JPY 180 billion at the start of the year.
Japanese MVNO Japan Communications has launched a new Sim-only series of offers that start at JPY 980 per month for unlimited internet at 150 Kbps and can temporarily boost the speed with Turbo Charge.
The Japanese mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Japan Communications Inc (JCI) has launched a new 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Wi-Fi router.
iPhone drove Softbank’s enormous growth for years, but now Japan’s third largest carrier is looking to grow by other means. It’s bidding for smaller competitor eAccess, which would not only boost its subscribers but give it substantial 4G ammunition in the mobile broadband wars.
The company’s 1.7 GHz spectrum, which is a popular band for LTE, and is used by the iPhone5, is attractive to Softbank as it will allow the company to acquire more new subscriptions through mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) contracts. In turn, eAccess will be able to secure more stable cash flow from the MVNO business, in our view.
Rakuten is following in the footsteps of Amazon, chief-rival to its Kobo e-reader, after it partnered with Internet provider eAccess to introduce a data-only LTE mobile service that will go live in Japan from October 1.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) says its international sales and marketing division Philippine Global Corp (PGC) intends to expand its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service to Japan, the US, the Middle East and Europe, with a view to serving up to a million Filipino overseas workers within three years.
Regardless of the name there are plenty of good reasons why the world’s largest online retailer should eschew an own branded smartphone.
Japan Communications Inc. the online store “Amazon.co.jp announce “high-speed straight-line data in the limited sale Amazon.co.jp to target customers who have purchased a SIM communications package, we will start from today offer high-speed straight-line data services limited sale Amazon.co.jp.
Reports are coming from Japan that Amazon is forming a mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO, an arrangement that would allow it to sell mobile voice and data services under its own brand while riding over another carrier’s network.