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KDDI starts using Starlink network to improve service coverage

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KDDI plans to connect some 1,200 base stations across the country to the network to eliminate coverage dead spots. The company says that will be useful in the event of any disaster. KDDI rivals, NTT Docomo and SoftBank, also plan to create networks using satellites.
Published 2 months ago

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KDDI starts using Starlink network to improve service coverage

Japanese telecom giant KDDI says it has started using the Starlink satellite communications network to help provide mobile phone connectivity anywhere in the country, including remote islands.

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