Japan’s Suga Keeps Pressure on Cell Phone Fees Before PM Vote

Yoshihide Suga, the front-runner to become Japan’s next prime minister, repeated his calls for lower mobile phone fees ahead of elections this week expected to land him the country’s top job.

“Some may say that its wrong for the government to meddle in what private companies are doing, but phone radio waves belong to the people,” Suga said in an interview Sunday on Fuji TV. “The top three firms have monopolized 90% of the share and competition isn’t working.”

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