According to Fujitsu’s chief executive, Masami Yamamoto, there were additional carriers in Europe who had approached the company after learning about the phone’s success on Orange. “We started off by offering it on a limited basis to French customers (in June), but orders have been so strong we have started to expand nationwide. The next step would be across Europe and of course we want to sell it worldwide.”
While Fujitsu making a loss as far as their mobile phones are concerned, the company has its feet planted and are looking more at the long-term, where Yamamoto thinks that there is a chance that companies such as Apple and Samsung could become irrelevant, and where Fujitsu would then be able to take over.
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