The Hindu Business Line  Sep 13  Comment 
Japanese telecom major NTT DoCoMo has told its joint venture partner Tata Sons that it is willing to put in abeyance all its legal actions in international courts, for a few months, if the Indian com...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 8  Comment 
In a bid to diffuse the tension with its Japanese partner NTT DoCoMo, Tata Sons has offered a compromise formula under which the entire dispute would be submitted to the decree of the Delhi High Cou...
The Economic Times  Sep 6  Comment 
The Indian group will now have to file evidence by September 30 and a trial will be conducted in early 2017, said a person close to development.
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 5  Comment 
Tata Sons on Monday has filed an application in the London's Commercial Court to set aside an ex-parte order obtained by NTT DoCoMo on July 25, 2016 from the UK court. DoCoMo had sought enforceme...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 4  Comment 
The negotiation between Tata Sons and NTT DoCoMo over their telecom joint venture has broken down once again with the two trading barbs at each other. Tata Sons, on Sunday, said that it has been d...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 2  Comment 
The dispute between Japanese telecom major NTT DoCoMo and Tata Sons over their telecom joint venture in India does not seem to be heading for a resolution any time soon. Tata Sons on Friday filed an ...
The Economic Times  Aug 30  Comment 
Delhi High Court hearing on whether to uphold international arbitration’s award to NTT Docomo has potential to influence cases that arose out of similar regulation.
The Economic Times  Aug 29  Comment 
The meeting assumes importance in the backdrop of the ongoing legal tussle between the Tatas and Japan's NTT DoCoMo as well as the upcoming spectrum auction.
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 26  Comment 
Dynamic LevelsDCM Shriram (Buy)CMP: ₹221.00Target: ₹280DCM Shriram is a leading business conglomerate with a group turnover of ₹6,050 crore. The business portfolio of DCM Shriram comprises primarily ...
The Economic Times  Aug 18  Comment 
The meeting is scheduled for this week and may even have taken place in Mumbai. The agenda is to discuss options for Tata to pay NTT Docomo.


Based in Tokyo, Japan, NTT DoCoMo, Inc. (NYSE:DCM,TSE:9437) provides mobile communications services such as i-mode and FOMA. I-mode, the world's most popular mobile Internet service, offers cell phone subscribers the option of sending and receiving e-mails and accessing various online services, including banking, airline reservations, shopping, and restaurant guides. FOMA, the world's first fully commercialized third generation, or 3G, mobile service, was launched in 2001. This service offers high-speed Internet access, videophone features, and serves as a platform for the latest I-mode services. Over 47.7 million people on a global basis subscribe to the I-mode service, while the number of users of the FOMA service has recently surpassed 40 million. The company reports in two operating segments: Wireless Services (91.6% of total first half 2008 revenue), Equipment Sales (8.4%). The company is a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), the largest telecom service provider in Japan. NTT holds 63% ownership position in DCM. In addition to its core Japanese operations, DCM is expanding its global reach through several wholly-owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and alliances with mobile and multimedia service providers in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, and North America.


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