Japan is to liberalise its telephone regulations to allow international telecomms companies, which do not own their own infrastructure in Japan, to sell Internet telephony services over leased lines.
Cheap Internet telephony is likely to drive down telecomms costs overall. An AT&T subsidiary in Japan is already planning to offer Internet phone calls at only one-quarter of the cost of standard international calls.
Two of the big four supermarkets will use the system to control sales of restricted products
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