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NTT to lower fibre prices - report

Wednesday 29 December 2010 | 01:29 CET | News

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Japan's Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) plans to lower the prices for its fibre-optic broadband services by up to nearly 40 percent in 2011. NTT is also considering lowering access fees for other providers by about 25 percent over the next three years, The Nikkei reports without naming sources. NTT East is expected to announce new prices around April 2011 while NTT West is expected to follow later in the year. The monthly charge for the Flet's Hikari fibre service will drop to JPY 3,000 for light users. Charges will go up with data volume but will likely be capped at around JPY 5,800.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: NTT / NTT East / NTT West
Countries: Japan
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