Japan adds nearly 1.4 mln mobile customers in Q2, ends June with 183 mln subs

Friday 14 August 2020 | 11:03 CET | News
Japan ended June with 183.52 million mobile customers, after adding 1.37 million users from 182.15 million in the quarter ended 31 March. Mobile operator Softbank had 43.66 million mobile subscribers in the quarter ended 30 June, up from 43.18 million in March, according to a report from the Telecommunications Carrier Association (TCA).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: au / KDDI / NTT / NTT DoCoMo / Softbank / UQ Communications
Countries: Japan
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