NTT DoCoMo's profit falls

Leading Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo, renowned for its market-leading position when it comes to data services, is suffering with falling profits. Income has fallen from its mobile voice services and its personal handyphone system, which DoCoMo said it will terminate in the fiscal third quarter. In the nine-month period ending on December 31, the PHS business posted an operating loss of ¥3.1 billion.

To read more about NTT DoCoMo's financial results:
- read this article in The Wall Street Journal (sub. req.)

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