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Qwest and Japan Telecom agree to offer communications services to businesses in Japan, the U.S., and Europe
March 28, 2002
TOKYO -- Qwest Communications International Inc. (NYSE: Q), the broadband communications company, today announced an agreement with Japan Telecom to jointly offer communications services to multinational corporations needing services between Japan and the United States, and between Japan and Europe. Qwest and Japan Telecom plan to offer international digital private line, international asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) and frame relay services. These services will provide multinational and regional businesses in Japan with connections to Qwest's global broadband network, through Japan Telecom. "Qwest is pleased to reach this agreement with Japan Telecom, and our two companies have already jointly won business in Japan," said Ross Lau, president and chief executive of Qwest Asia. "This agreement allows Qwest to provide customers in Japan with a seamless end-to-end network, and one-stop shopping for their networking needs, featuring a single bill and point of contact." Qwest Communications International Inc.Japan Telecom
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