Japan's market is quite sophisticated, but email spam is an issue.
Also, people in Japan send MUCH more mobile messages than
people in Europe and US, so Japanese people are used to
receiving mails at all times of day and night and usually set the
phone so that it does not make crazy noises when mails arrive^
On 2006/06/13, at 16:43, Ian Mansfield wrote:
> So long as they don't repeat the mistake of the USA carrier,
> Cingular -
> who chose to send "operator logo" updates to all their customers after
> they rebranded - in the middle of the night.
> They didn't think customers would keep their phones on overnight -
> a lot of customers being woken up at 2am by the familiar beep beep.
>> We'll see how they get on. The network name on my phone still says
> "J-PHONE" :)
> keitai-l-bounce_at_appelsiini.net wrote on 06/13/2006 10:41:33:
>> Saturday I nearly missed the last train from Shinjuku and found the
>> start of Softbank's campaign to rebrand Vodafone here in Japan:
>> Softbank's white is lower profile than Vodafone's bright red
Received on Tue Jun 13 11:29:24 2006