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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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July 28, 2006
A man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo shop in Tokyo
A man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006. NTT DoCoMo posted a 5.2 percent dip in quarterly operating profit on Friday amid fierce competition with rival KDDI Corp., and it maintained its forecast for a small drop in full-year profits. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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July 28, 2006
A man walks out from NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006....
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks out from NTT DoCoMo shop in Tokyo
A man walks out from NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006. NTT DoCoMo posted a 5.2 percent dip in quarterly operating profit on Friday amid fierce competition with rival KDDI Corp., and it maintained its forecast for a small drop in full-year profits. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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September 17, 2003
NTT DoCoMo Inc demonstrates an international videophone service between
Japan and U.K. at the WPC Expo...
Chiba, Japan
NTT DOCOMO DEMONSTRATES AN INTERNATIONAL VIDEOPHONE SERVICE AT THE
WPC EXPO IN CHIBA, NORTHEAST OF TOKYO....
NTT DoCoMo Inc demonstrates an international videophone service between
Japan and U.K. at the WPC Expo 2003 in Chiba, northeast of Tokyo, September
17, 2003. DoCoMo, Japan's dominant mobile carrier, said on Wednesday it will
launch an international videophone service on October 1, enabling users of
its third-generation (3G) phones to talk face-to-face with subscribers of
Britain's 3 UK. REUTERS/Issei Kato PP03090093

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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September 17, 2003
NTT DoCoMo Inc demonstrates an international videophone service between
Japan and U.K. at the WPC Expo...
Chiba, Japan
NTT DOCOMO DEMONSTRATES AN INTERNATIONAL VIDEOPHONE SERVICE AT THE WPC
EXPO IN CHIBA, NORTHEAST OF TOKYO....
NTT DoCoMo Inc demonstrates an international videophone service between
Japan and U.K. at the WPC Expo 2003 in Chiba, northeast of Tokyo,
September 17, 2003. DoCoMo, Japan's dominant mobile carrier, said on
Wednesday it will launch an international videophone service on October
1, enabling users of its third-generation (3G) phones to talk
face-to-face with subscribers of Britain's 3 UK. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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August 07, 2003
A businessman uses a mobile phone outside a branch of Japan's top
mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo Inc...
Tokyo, Japan
TOKYO BUSINESSMAN USES MOBILE PHONE OUTSIDE A NTT DOCOMO BRANCH IN
TOKYO.
A businessman uses a mobile phone outside a branch of Japan's top
mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo Inc in Tokyo August 7, 2003. DoCoMo
reported a quarterly net profit on Thursday, helped by strong growth in
its third-generation (3G) service, solid per-user revenues and no major
overseas losses. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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June 19, 2003
A Japanese businessman holding a mobile phone passes Japan's NTT DoCoMo
headquarters in Tokyo June 19,...
Tokyo, Japan
BUSINESSMAN PASSES NTT DOCOMO HEADQUARTERS IN TOKYO.
A Japanese businessman holding a mobile phone passes Japan's NTT DoCoMo
headquarters in Tokyo June 19, 2003. DoCoMo, Japan's top wireless carrier,
on Thursday apologised to shareholders for huge special losses on its
overseas investments but said it would keep pressing ahead with its foreign
expansion strategy to secure continued growth. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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May 19, 2003
The World Walker and World Wing are displayed during the launch of an
international roaming service...
Tokyo, Japan
NTT DOCOMO LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL ROAMING SERVICE IN TOKYO.
The World Walker and World Wing are displayed during the launch of an
international roaming service for NTT DoCoMo's third-generation (3G)
mobile phone service FOMA in Tokyo May 19, 2003. Starting June 1, NTT
DoCoMo's FOMA users would be able to travel abroad and make and receive
calls from their regular FOMA numbers by taking out the cards from
their FOMA cellphones and putting them in rental global system for
mobile communications (GSM) networks, NTT DoCoMo said. REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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May 19, 2003
NTT DoCoMo Global Coordination Dept Assistant Manager Takako Yoshine
shows a chip and a Motorola Inc...
Tokyo, Japan
NTT DOCOMO EMPLOYEE SHOWS CHIP AND HANDSET AT INTERNATIONAL ROAMING
SERVICE LAUNCH IN TOKYO.
NTT DoCoMo Global Coordination Dept Assistant Manager Takako Yoshine
shows a chip and a Motorola Inc handset at the launch of an
international roaming service for users of its third-generation (3G)
mobile phone service FOMA in Tokyo May 19, 2003. NTT DoCoMo said that
starting June 1, FOMA users would be able to travel abroad and make and
receive calls from their regular FOMA numbers by transferring the chip
to their rented global system for mobile communications (GSM) handsets.
The GSM handsets are available for rent at airports in Japan.
REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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May 19, 2003
NTT DoCoMo Global Coordination Dept Assistant Manager Takako Yoshine
shows a chip and a Motorola Inc...
Tokyo, Japan
NTT DOCOMO EMPLOYEE SHOWS CHIP AND HANDSET AT INTERNATIONAL ROAMING
SERVICE LAUNCH IN TOKYO.
NTT DoCoMo Global Coordination Dept Assistant Manager Takako Yoshine
shows a chip and a Motorola Inc handset at the launch of an
international roaming service for users of its third-generation (3G)
mobile phone service FOMA in Tokyo May 19, 2003. NTT DoCoMo said that
starting June 1, FOMA users would be able to travel abroad and make and
receive calls from their regular FOMA numbers by transferring the chip
to their rented global system for mobile communications (GSM) handsets,
which are made available at Japanese airports. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
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April 04, 2003
A Japanese woman is silhouetted as she uses a mobile phone in front of the
NTT DoCoMo office in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE WOMAN USES A MOBILE PHONE IN FRONT OF NTT DOCOMO OFFICE IN
TOKYO.
A Japanese woman is silhouetted as she uses a mobile phone in front of the
NTT DoCoMo office in Tokyo April 4, 2003. DoCoMo, Japan's largest mobile
phone operator with a 58 percent share in the domestic market, said on
Friday that it had achieved a lowered target of 320,000 subscribers for its
high-speed third-generation (3G) mobile phone service by March, helped by
advanced handsets and an expanded area coverage. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO INTERVIEW
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February 07, 2003
NTT DoCoMo president Keiji Tachikawa speaks during an interview in Tokyo
February 7, 2003. NTT DoCoMo,...
Tokyo, Japan
NTT DOCOMO PRESIDENT TACHIKAWA SPEAKS IN TOKYO.
NTT DoCoMo president Keiji Tachikawa speaks during an interview in Tokyo
February 7, 2003. NTT DoCoMo, Japan's dominant mobile phone operator, said
on Friday that it is unlikely to incur any further charges on its overseas
investments this business year, although an attack on Iraq would be a big
concern. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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