Japan’s largest mobile operator, NTT DoCoMo plans to revamp their models within 2 years, making them compatible with global standards in order to be used in over 130 countries worldwide. This move will most probably involve a single chip that integrates both GSM and CDMA networks. Looks like the world can finally access cool phones that were previously limited to the Japanese market only. NTT DoCoMo will be the first Japanese mobile company to do so and will provide its i-mode Internet services in over 70 countries, according to Telecom Asia.
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