Every time a Japan exclusive phone releases, it makes our heart flutter with joy and despair as it is always something really interesting and unique but we know that we will never see it elsewhere in the world. The latest smartphone from Fujitsu is no exception either as the Arrows F-04G is the first smartphone to pack an iris recognition authentication.
NTT DOCOMO which is the leading Japanese Mobile operator is already an investor in Tata Teleservices and the Tata Docomo brand is a result of the joint partnership. Now the Japanese company plans to make an additional investment in the Indian mobile market as it plans to invest around 8 billion rupees ( 14.6 billion yen). The transaction is expected to be completed in May. Continue reading “NTT DOCOMO to invest an additional Rs.800 crores in Tata Teleservices”
Earlier this month, I was off to Japan on invitation from NTT Docomo as a part of the Tata Docomo 3G Life activity. Sounds like fun right ? Excitement is an understatement. I have always been amazed by the Japanese mobile market. Almost all of the products are not available outside the land of the rising sun.I have been very interested in NTT Docomo ever since I saw them at MWC and CommunicAsia. Stuff like Separable Phone and Eye controlled earphones are not something you would expect to see everyday. As you all might know NTT DOCOMO is one of the leading mobile operators in Japan with over 55% market share. The company holds 26% stake in Indian telecom operator Tata Docomo which sparked of the per second billing revolution and became the first private operator to launch 3G services.
I would like to share some interesting moments about the journey to NTT Docomo’s Headquarters in Japan Continue reading “Tour of Japanese Mobile Market by NTT DOCOMO”