Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ntt Docomo LSE:NDCM London Ordinary Share JP3165650007 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +¥ 0 +0.00% ¥ 51,597.059 ¥ 0 ¥ 0 - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 4,224,273.1 835,338.0 0.0 - 2,252,211.63

Ntt Docomo Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/3/2002
13:58
TN,just wondering if you had taken a look.
mh
03/3/2002
21:50
MH - thought it might offend those who may have them on the BB. You never know. Not looked into Superscape's technology since the old days ... will take a look.
technet
03/3/2002
21:24
Ahh, lucky thing with a T68 - they do look pretty cool. I am very happy with my nokia 8310 at the mo, as it has a radio in.. Very good for running along to, and for some reason the MMS phone specs at the mo don't include a radio. Got so much more to do tonight on this blinking MMS do da... Dingle
dingley
03/3/2002
21:24
TechNet,Now how are people supposed to get around when no sooner have you given them out,you've withdrawn the orange stickers ! PS: Any views on Superscape's Swerve technology,and/or the potential market for it once m-commerce gets going,assuming that eventually it will ?
mh
03/3/2002
21:13
dingley - me too. Got iPaqs, bluetooth and gprs filling the desk draw but still prefer a pen and paper. Re: MMS ... should be getting an upgrade to my T68 which will enable it.
technet
03/3/2002
21:10
MH - not that wide though .... the concept of the fat cat went out in the 90's
technet
03/3/2002
20:57
TechNet,LOL,inventive.Wide berths as well no doubt.
mh
03/3/2002
19:01
Ah, I see. Europe seems to be taking quite a while to get excited about the new mobile internet services eh. I often think how rediculous it is that I am meant to be all clued up to the latest services, and yet still never use my GPRS services. At the moment I am just finishing a report on multimedia messaging to bring the guys in the London office up to date with the current market forecasts etc. I also do some interpreting from time to time, to make sure the Japanese guys understand what is going on in the meetings. Got to finish this report by tomorrow morning though, so I reckon it will be a late night.
dingley
03/3/2002
18:54
MH - only ramps at the moment ;o)
technet
03/3/2002
17:08
No, he controls the mobility of hot money to numbered Swiss bank accounts..... with help from the Cleanliness Manager who deals with laundry issues...... ;-)
mr charts
03/3/2002
17:03
TechNet,What's that then,do you arrange access for people in wheelchairs and stuff like that ?
mh
03/3/2002
16:27
Yep ... I'm the Mobility Manager at a Swiss Bank. We're keeping a keen eye on i-mode to see what it can bring to us when it eventually launches in Europe. It's all very quiet on the m-commerce front right now until the market turns a bit. What are you doing for them?
technet
03/3/2002
16:21
Hi Technet, I haven't followed the trades on this yet, but I thought I'd let you know that I'm currently working with Docomo UK in the London office. Quite fun times - I am the only non Japanese person there at the moment, which is interesting, and am there as a consultant. Are you involved in mobile internet -y stuff? Dingley
dingley
02/3/2002
00:30
Anyone know why no trading has started on this yet?
technet
02/3/2002
00:09
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/news/newsmona.php?article=2370622&epic=NDCM TOKYO (CBS.MW) -- Shares of NTT DoCoMo, Japan's largest mobile phone operator with more than 40 million subscribers, will trade on the New York and London stock exchanges for the first time on Friday, under the symbol "NDCM." The overseas listings are aimed at raising DoCoMo's corporate profile and brand name as it gears up to launch its I-mode and 3G mobile communication services in the United States and Europe through partnerships with local operators. DoCoMo, which has actively tapped the debt markets, said the listings would "provide the company with greater financing options to sustain its expansion plans." The listings do not involve issuing new shares. DoCoMo became the runaway market leader in Japan by introducing aWeb-browsing and e-mail service for cell phones called I-mode in February 1999. Today it claims more than 30 million I-mode subscribers, but competition has intensified from J-Phone, operated by Japan Telecom and Britain's Vodafone Group (VOD: news, chart, profile), as well as local player KDDI Corp. The rivals now face a Japanese market where growth is tapering off and the challenge is to contain marketing costs. In October, DoCoMo rolled out the world's first third-generation (3G) service after a half-year delay. FOMA -- Freedom of Mobile Multimedia Access -- offers video conferencing and other advanced mobile data and video features that are targeted primarily at corporate customers, who are likelier to be able to afford it.
technet
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