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Mobile & Wireless

Softbank unveils LTE plans, voice options

Friday 28 September 2012 | 02:13 CET | News
Japanese communications provider Softbank has provided an update on its LTE rollout. The operator currently has 6,300 base stations for the platinum band and this will be expanded further this year and the next. The company unveiled an LTE plan for JPY 5,985 per month with 7 GB and an iPhone 5 plan for JPY 5,460 per month with unlimited data. The company also said it would offer tethering on 15 January 2013 and opened pre-registration for the option with a promotional price of JPY 525 per month for LTE smartphone buyers. The company will also offer an unlimited domestic call option for JPY 500 per month and a family data option for JPY 1,980 per month. Additionally, Softbank said it has expanded and enhanced its trade-in programme for smarpthones from 21 September.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Softbank
Countries: Japan
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