The Quake Destroyed The Japanese Telecommunications

By: Infocellular
NTT DoCoMo Inc., KDDI Corp.. and Softbank Corp., the three largest telecom operators in Japan confirmed the their service experience many problems in many areas after the earthquake that followed the tsunami hit the country Sakura.

Atsuko Suzuki, NTT DoCoMo spokesman said the wireless Internet connection in all of Japan becomes very bad. Telephone service in areas such as Tohoku, Kanto and Tokai was, said a spokesman for Softbank, Makiko Ariyama, not less bad.

An earthquake measuring 8.8 on the Richter scale struck Japan along the northern sea at 2:46 pm local time, shaking buildings in Tokyo is so tight. Furthermore, the quake caused tsunami waves over 10 feet that swept Japan's infrastructure in the northern region.


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