NTT DoCoMo Expands "Xi (Crossy)" Area, Continuing Service Expansion Nationwide
NTT DoCoMo launched in December last year, data communication service of downward transmission maximum 37.5 Mbps, upload maximum 12.5 Mbps (only partially down link 75 Mbps maximum, upload maximum 25 Mbps) adopting the high-speed communication standard "LTE" which is the 3.9 generation telephone "Xi (Crossy)We announced to expand the area of.
In addition, we will reveal that we will continue to develop services nationwide in the future.
Details are as below.
Press release presentation: Expanding Xi (Crossy) area to 6 major cities throughout the country | News | NTT DoCoMo
According to NTT Docomo's press releases, the company has gradually expanded the corresponding area of the LTE service "Xi (Crossy)" and has been expanding all over the country from Sapporo, Sendai, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, Takamatsu and Fukuoka from 1 July 2011 It seems to make it available in 6 main cities.
"Xi" has expanded its coverage area mainly in the Tomei Osaka (Kanto Koshinetsu, Tokai, Kansai) area after service started in December 2010, but due to this area expansion, more users In addition, we are planning to gradually expand the area to prefectural office location-level cities nationwide by the end of FY2011.
Area list as of July 1, 2011. By the way, outside of the Xi compatible area, communication using FOMA is possible, so we will be proud of Japan in the total coverage area.
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