Japan’s largest cell phone carrier to enter ebook business in FY 2010

The Mainichi Daily News are reporting:

NTT Docomo Inc. President Ryuji Yamada said Wednesday the company will enter the electronic book business by the end of fiscal 2010 through next March 31, as Japan's largest mobile phone carrier joins the competition in e-book business amid growing demand for digitized content.In an interview with Kyodo News, Yamada revealed the plan which will put NTT Docomo in partnership with firms such as publishers and printing companies to deliver digital content in the form of novels, comic books and newspapers via its smartphones and other channels.

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