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- Yozan announced that it would team up with two other firms to start offering a wireless IP Internet Protocol telephony service employing WAN wide area network technology. Once the government approval for spectrum use for the service is given, trials will be conducted in Tokyo this June, with data and voice service to begin in December. The service will charge a monthly rate of 3,000 yen $28.3. The company will be using WiMAX technology, which is being promoted by Intel Corp. Yozan will install wireless WAN equipment at 600 of its base stations in central urban areas. Each base station will provide...

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