Sunday, September 16, 2007

NTT DoCoMo Offers Flat-Rate Data Plans for Mobile PC Users

NTT DoCoMo will begin offering new flat-rate data plans that on October 22. The plans, designed for mobile PC users who connect to the DoCoMo network via a FOMA PC card, USB-linked DoCoMo phone or HSDPA-capable PC, are aimed at heavy or regular users.



"Flat-Rate Data Plan HIGH-SPEED" for 3.6Mbps (best effort) packet services will cost 4,200 yen/month (incl. tax) for up to 500,000 packets, then rise on a pay-as-you-go basis up to a maximum of 10,500 yen/month beyond one million packets. The plan requires subscription to the new "mopera U U Flat-Rate HIGH-SPEED Plan" (840 yen/month) or "Business mopera Internet (HIGH-SPEED)" (630 yen/month) for Internet access (certain access points may not be compatible with the plans).



DoCoMo will also offer the 64Kbps (best effort) "Flat-Rate Data Plan 64K" for 4,200 yen/month (incl. tax). The plan requires subscription to the new "mopera U U Flat-Rate 64K Plan" (525 yen/month) or "Business mopera Internet (64K) plan" (315 yen/month) for Internet access (certain access points may not be compatible).



DoCoMo's initial offering of terminals compatible with the plans are two data cards: A2502 HIGH-SPEED and M2501 HIGH-SPEED



and seven handsets: N904i, P903iX HIGH-SPEED, F903iX HIGH-SPEED, N902iX HIGH-SPEED, L704i (coming in October), F1100 and HT1100 (latter two coming in first quarter of 2008).

http://www.nttdocomo.com

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