Operator ties up with Nokia Siemens Networks' HSPA+ for evolved mobile data services delivery

December 4, 2009

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TOKYO -- Softbank Mobile subscribers are gearing up for the next phase of mobile broadband. The operator will deploy an HSPA+(DC-HSDPA)* solution over its existing network in the 1.5 GHz band. Softbank Mobile has tied up with Nokia Siemens Networks for its cost effective and future proof mobile data services proposition.

“Japan is the world’s most advanced market in terms of data consumption,” states Mr. Junichi Miyakawa, chief technology officer, Softbank Mobile. “We realize that mobile broadband is now a lifestyle preference and are constantly thinking of ways to improve our delivery to subscribers. The Nokia Siemens Networks solution enables affordable, cost competitive prices, allowing us to provide the best value to our subscribers.”

SoftBank Corp.

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