NTT DoCoMo

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NTT DoCoMo

(NTT Mobile Communications Network, Inc., Japan) Founded in 1991, NTT DoCoMo is a spin-off of Japan's NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation) which provides wireless services, including cellular, paging, satellite and maritime and in-flight telephone services. DoCoMo means "anywhere" in Japanese. See i-mode.
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Going forward, DOCOMO plans to support students and teachers with expanded ICT services for education, including through collaborative initiatives with education-venture companies under the company's "Declaration beyond" medium-term plan to 2020.
The Zutto DOCOMO Discount Course offers a reward of 3,000 "d points" for DOCOMO's loyalty program to customers who sign another two-year contract.
Reportedly, this DOCOMO service including 'docomo ID login authentication and carrier billing payment' will help provide DOCOMO customers with improved and enhanced security, as well as ease of authentication when making mobile payments and accessing DOCOMO's content and services.
As per the agreement, Docomo has three months' time to exit," the official said.
Under the tie-up, Docomo and JTB will also jointly develop travel products and provide Docomo smartphone customers with map navigation services and tourism information, including accommodation and sightseeing spots.
In conjunction with the launch of these inaugural Xi-compatible tablets, DOCOMO will offer four new broadband applications, including the popular Hulu and Qik Video services, which are specially suited to Xi's high-spec mobile video/TV, communications and online gaming capabilities.
They will be available from October or November through docomo shops, DOCOMO's online shop and Sony Stores.
What really connects me to Tata DOCOMO is the youth appeal that they have.
The docomo SmartphoneXperia features Mediascape, a Sony Ericsson signature application for intuitive organization of music, photos and videos.
Senders need to provide the mobile number of the payee, who would receive a mail notification via their DOCOMO mobile phone.
As of December 2005, about 25 million DoCoMo users had Flash-enabled phones and were actively visiting about 2,000 official i-mode sites carrying Flash content--about 50% of all official sites.
Later on Wednesday, the chief executives of DoCoMo and cellphone manufacturing giant Nokia said at a news conference that they would cooperate to set a common standard for viewing Web content on cellphones, sending messages and downloading mini software applications.