Japanese mobile subscribers reach 102.98 mln in April

Friday 9 May 2008 | 14:11 CET | News
Over April, Japanese mobile operators added 262,700 new customers to reach a combined total of 102.98 million, according to figures from the Telecommunications Carrier Association (TCA). Softbank led in net additions, signing up 192,900 new subscribers and ending the month with 18.78 million. KDDI's customers fell by 118,700 customers, comprising 115,400 new au subscribers while shedding 234,100 Tu-Ka customers. KDDI ended April with 30.22 million au customers and no Tu-Ka customers, bringing the company's total to 30.22 million. NTT DoCoMo saw its customer base rise to 53.48 million after

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Countries: Japan
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