In major shift, Rakuten plots to become Japan’s No. 4 wireless carrier

Rakuten, which operates one of Japan’s most popular shopping websites, said it hoped to gain a new engine of growth, adding that having a mobile license would complement its e-commerce, streaming and fintech services such as online securities trading.
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