KDD will start domestic telephone service in July, taking advantage of a revised law that allows the international telecom company to enter the domestic market, KDD President Tadashi Nishimoto said June 20.

Nishimoto said that KDD will first start domestic telecom services for its corporate customers in July by connecting its lines to both NTT and Teleway Japan Corp., a carrier that offers long-distance services. “By entering Japan’s domestic telecommunications market, we aim to become a global corporation,” Nishimoto said in a press conference.

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