Nifty Corp., a leading Internet service provider owned by Fujitsu Ltd., plans to compensate more than 10,000 subscribers for system problems that occurred over the summer with its asymmetrical digital subscriber line service, company officials said Tuesday.

Nifty experienced small intermittent problems from May to July, causing its ADSL service to be down for 27 hours in May, 13 hours in June, and three hours in July.

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