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February 3, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Taking a leaf out of the UK government’s book, the Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications has ended Nippon Telegraph & Telephone’s monopoly of cellular telephone and pager services and has granted the Japan Mobile Communications unit of the Japan High-Speed Communications Group, and Kansai Cellular Telephones of the Kyocera Corp group licences to start operations as first class telecommunications providers: from December 31 1988, Japan Mobile Communications will start providing mobile telephone and portable telephone services within the Tokyo area and by the end of 1989 its territory will be extended to the whole metropolitan area and to the central Honshu region; Kansai Cellular will open for business from April 1989 in the Kansai area.

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