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January 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Daini-Denden and Japan Telecom have filed with the Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications to extend their telecommunications services to western Japan: Daini-Denden plans to invest $157m digital microwave network between Osaka and Fukuoka with a view to starting a leased circuit service from September 1 and long distance telephone service from December 1; Japan Telecom plans to lay optical fibre cables along Shinkansen bullet train tracks at cost of $210m to start leased line services from September 30 and long distance telephone services from November 30; so far the operations of the three independent telecommunications companies have been limited to the Tokyo-Kansai region; Daini-Denden and Teleway Japan, the third carrier, have also applied to the Ministry to reduce their charges to counter NTT’s recent 10% reduction.

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