DDI Corp., and Teleglobe Japan Inc., an affiliate of Montreal-based Teleglobe International Inc., jointly announced March 19 that they have signed an agreement in principle for international connections to offer inexpensive international telephone service, starting from October.

The announcement follows a basic agreement in January to jointly offer international telephone services, said Yusai Okuyama, president of DDI Corp., the country’s second-largest telecommunications carrier. The agreement covers access charges and payment conditions, technical conditions and operation and maintenance of the networks, Okuyama said.

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