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Apple still rules in Japan as carriers battle to sell iPhones

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Oct
2013

By Sophie Knight TOKYO (Reuters) – Apple Incs disappointing third quarter was nowhere in evidence in Japan, where sales increased more than 40 percent as the highly anticipated launch of the new iPhone by Japans biggest mobile firm boosted sales – at rival carriers. Japan accounted for nearly 10 percent of Apples global revenue in July-September, its gadget-loving consumers enticed by discounts and cash-backs from carriers under threat as industry leader NTT DoCoMo Inc finally began selling the iPhone after years of foot-dragging. …

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