KDDI struggles with FTTH goal

Japan's KDDI said it is finding it difficult to reach its goal of 900,000 fiber-to-the-X (name your target) subscribers by March of next year, despite early rapid adoption that gave the carrier about 668,000 FTTX users as of last month. Service cost is becoming more of a hurdle as KDDI delves deeper into the market.

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- TeleGeography has this brief

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