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Mobile & Wireless

KDDI to launch LTE services on 21 September

Monday 17 September 2012 | 04:00 CET | News
Japanese mobile operator KDDI will launch LTE services on 21 September. The new service will provide data services at speeds of up to 75 Mbps, NQN writes. KDDI will allow users to connect personal computers and other devices to its network through their smartphones for an extra fee. The LTE service will be offered at a flat fee of JPY 5,985 per month with tethering priced at an additional JPY 525 per month. KDDI will also begin selling the Apple iPhone 5 on 21 September.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KDDI
Countries: Japan
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