They are offering some very attractive prices. Of course the service area
is very limited but if you're just looking for Tokyo, Osaka and/or Nagoya
coverage it seems difficult to beat.
On the face of it Willcomm could have some real problems here, unless they
cut their prices but that won't do the finances much good. Carlyle still
owns them, right? It will be interesting to see what they do in response.
keitai-l-bounce_at_appelsiini.net wrote on 02/21/2007 20:24:18:
> Been quiet around here. Did you all fall asleep - or did I get kicked
> of the list?
> Anyway, anyone have any views on the new Emobile first offerings?
> Emobile to launch world's 1st fixed-rate broadband wireless services
> > The new handset can download data at a rate up to 3.6 megabits per
> > second. The monthly fixed-rate basic charge is 5,980 yen, while a
> > two-year contract comes to 39,800 yen, which includes the price of
> > the handset.
> Looks like only handset to start with is yet another Sharp Windows
> Mobile device - and some data cards.
> Anyone know if they are gonna do any other hand sets? (With bluetooth
> modems?) The web site is still a bit sparse:
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Received on Thu Feb 22 02:51:21 2007