NTT Docomo all set to release Xi, Japan’s First LTE service

Xi Logo NTT Docomo has flooded the technological space with an exclusive range of phones and recently rolled out its Style, Prime and Smart series. The company moves one step ahead with the launch of its remarkable Xi, claiming to be Japan’s first wireless connectivity service based on the enthralling high-speed Long Term Evolution. They also share that the launch is planned on December 24, 2010.

The newest innovation is capable of delivering a maximum downlink speed of 75 MB/s or around ten times enhanced speed as compared to Docomo’s Foma 3G service. Docomo is expected to sell Xi data terminals for advanced connection to mobile computers, starting with the handy USB-type L-02C.

Xi will be capable of delivering voice calls within this fiscal year beginning April 2011. The company will also uncover its LTE-compatible phones. The enticing service will be available in the Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka areas, and other major cities and regions shortly.

The device will be released with two exciting data-only billing plans namely Xi Data Plan Ninen and Xi Data Plan. The affordable Xi Data Plan Ninen bundles together a two-year contract. Users can purchase this plan between 1,000 and 6,510 yen (including tax) for around 5GB of data each month. Owners who exceed 5GB will be charged 2,625 yen (including tax) for every 2GB. Individuals can grab the introductory offer which provides them with unlimited data using Xi Data Plan Ninen for 4,935 yen (including tax) until April 2012.

The billing plans for the remarkable Xi voice services will be revealed later.