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Vodafone K.K. have just announced that on 1 November 2005 the company will introduce “Love Flat-rate,” Japan’s first mobile service that allows customers to call and send mail to a designated party as much as they like, according to a press release. The service name stands for the ability to call and mail the person ‘one loves most’ without worrying about the cost. The service lets a customer call and mail a designated party (one Vodafone K.K. phone number) without limitations, and discounts video calls by 50% for a monthly fixed charge of 300 yen (315 yen including tax).
Customers will also be able to make unlimited video calls to designated parties from the introduction of Love Flat-rate until the close of the May 2006 billing month. With the current flat-rate services, Mail Flat-rate, Dual Packet Flat-rate, Family Call Flat-rate, and the new introduction of Love Flat-rate, Vodafone K.K. continues to offer richer communication to customers.
Via: Vodafone PR [.PDF in English]
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