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Tuesday, 11 October 2005

Service debuts as Japan's first mobile service with unlimited calling and messaging to a designated party.

Vodafone K.K. today announces that on 1 November 2005 it will introduce 'Love Flat-rate', Japan's first mobile service*1 that allows customers to call and send mail to a designated party as much as they like. Love Flat-rate is the fourth in a series of flat-rates*2 from Vodafone K.K.

Love Flat-rate is a service that lets a customer call and mail*3 a designated party (one Vodafone K.K. phone number) without limitations, and discounts video calls by 50% for a monthly fixed charge of 300 yen (315 yen including tax). The service name stands for the ability to call and mail the person one loves most without worrying about the cost.

Customers will also be able to make unlimited video calls to designated parties from the introduction of Love Flat-rate until the close of the May 2006 billing month.

With the current flat-rate services, Mail Flat-rate, Dual Packet Flat-rate, Family Call Flat-rate, and the new introduction of Love Flat-rate, Vodafone K.K. continues to offer richer communication to customers.

*1: As of 11 October 2005 (according to Vodafone K.K.).
*2: Series consists of Mail Flat-rate and Dual Packet Flat-rate, which were introduced in June 2005, and Family Call Flat-rate, for which applications were accepted from 1 October 2005 with service effective 1 November.
*3: Applies to mails exchanged via Vodafone K.K. phone numbers. V8 series 'VGS Mail' and J-5x/V6/V5 series 'Super Mail' are not applicable.

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