So what happened to Apple’s iPhone talks in Japan? It was thought that Apple would go with NTT Docomo, the country’s largest carrier with its 53.5 million subscribers. Instead they struck a deal with its smallest, but perhaps most aggressive operator, Softbank, which counts 18.8 million customers.

 

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So what happened to Apple’s iPhone talks in Japan? It was thought that Apple would go with NTT DoCoMo , the country’s largest carrier with its 53.5 million subscribers. Instead they struck a deal with its smallest, but perhaps most aggressive operator, Softbank, which counts 18.8 million customers.

 

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So what happened to Apple’s iPhone talks in Japan? It was thought that Apple would go with NTT DoCoMo , the country’s largest carrier with its 53.5 million subscribers. Instead they struck a deal with its smallest, but perhaps most aggressive operator, Softbank, which counts 18.8 million customers.

 

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