Japan govt urges Softbank to improve business after network failure

Thursday 24 January 2019 | 15:43 CET | News
The Japanese government has urged mobile operator Softbank to improve its business after its December 2018 network crash affected tens of millions of users. The communications ministry slapped Softbank with an administrative directive on 23 Janaury, NHK reports. The network failure in December 2018 lasted for about four hours and affected about 30.6 million lines, including those of Softbank affiliate Y! mobile.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Softbank
Countries: Japan
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