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Have three(Docomo, FOMA, AU (biz.). But never ever convert to FOMA - reception bad, coverage - nill. Now I can't get rid of it, since this is the number all of my friends call me on.

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FOMA: I am trying to get rid of

Docomo: The new one I am going to keep

AU: company one, don wanna mix biz/private

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3 phones usually sounds like a man doing tha juggling act!

AU is the best and pretty cheap too. I used to use IDO b4 it came AU and the service was the best, especially out on the beach Docomo & others have crap service areas.

fatty.. discount? that would be lovely!

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Docomo crap coverage?? crap.gif I find that very hard to believe, Docomo is by far the biggest in Japan (>50% market share, its the 3rd largest company in Japan behind Toyota and Tokyo electric co, its bigger than the rest of NTT!)and would absolutely have the widest coverage, I will eat Enderzero other boot if the others have a coverage to match docomo.

Last month I considered the switch to AU but they couldnt match docomo, I am on a family plan and pay peanuts, Docomo certainly treat the family users well. For high end users AU has better plans but for light users docomo is better. Dont know about J phone but I beleive they are very cheap for low end users

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nope, dont have one.

 

no mates = no need for phone.

 

easy.

 

besides, I can be reached at work or at home. If I am at neither then I am probably doing something and don't want a phone call anyway.

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Ive found in the mtns and underground in the big cities my phone (Au) will work when the others wont. Just in my experience

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I want one but will only get on on my birthday as a present from my mum and dad.

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