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29 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
NTT DoCoMo will establish a subsidiary in Singapore to provide services to Japanese customers in the municipality.
DoCoMo Singapore will be established on December 1 2012 and
begin offering Japanese language support, as well as
KDDI is to invest $270 million in the construction of two new data centres in Japan for its data centre subsidiary, Telehouse.
Brazilian carrier Oi is reportedly set to sell a 25% stake in its Angolan subsidiary Unitel for approximately $2 billion.
Verizon is reportedly set to launch VoLTE HD voice calls, and will become the fourth major carrier in the US to roll out the service.
Azerbaijani mobile CDMA operator Nakhtel is reportedly seeking a licence to provide GSM services in the country.
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