Japanese telco NTT DoCoMo has announced that it is expanding its network to cope with the expected increase in traffic during the World Cup.
The company said that it has boosted the capacity of base stations located near grounds by 150 per cent, and will provide the stadiums with portable stations on match days.
A spokesman said that NTT DoCoMo expects its network to come under extreme pressure when the tournament kicks off on 31 May.
The risk of disruption is highest before and after games and during half time intervals, the spokesman added.
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