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Mobile & Wireless

Docomo confirms cut in LTE data prices

Wednesday 20 June 2012 | 10:16 CET | News
Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo confirmed plans to cut prices for its LTE data service Xi from October. The basic monthly charge of the three new billing plans will be lower than existing plans. The Xi Pake-hodai Light plan for data use on phones will cost JPY 4,935 (including tax) per month, while the Xi Data Plan Light plan for data-only devices will cost JPY 6,405 per month. Customers agreeing to a two-year contract can get the Xi Data Plan Light Ninen plan for data devices at a discount, paying JPY 4,935 per month. Subscribers will receive download speeds of up to 75Mbps for 3GB per month, after which the speed is cut to 128Kbps for the remainder of that month. Users will have the option of continuing service at the top speed for an additional JPY 2,625 per 2 GB.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NTT DoCoMo
Countries: Japan
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