Nick May wrote:
> While I am basically sympathetic to the point you are making (and
> appreciate you may have been using the word "foreigners" loosely, to
> refer to people on tourist visas perhaps) selling certain handsets
> ONLY to "foreigners" broadly defined - and presumably restricting
> their use of other handsets - is not the solution. It is not a
> rational or reasonable form of discrimination. (And yes, there is
> such a thing I think.)
i just assumed that such phones would be not so interesting for japanese customers. i certainly didn't mean to restrict anyone from anything.
i'm sorry i didn't follow the discussion from the beginning.
Gerhard Fasol wrote:
> But NOKIA does sell unlocked NOKIA phones in Japan!
> You can buy those - but they obviously are without any
> operator subsidy, and you have to buy a DoCoMo or
> SoftBank SIM card separately. There is no problem to do this.
but i want a sharp!
Received on Tue Sep 19 15:28:16 2006