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Freedom Of Mobile/Multimedia Access (commonly abbreviated FOMA) is a mobile communications technology for improving wireless data communications.

NTT DOCOMO's 3G FOMA service, deployed in the 2 GHz frequency band, uses packet data transfer speeds ranging from 64 kbps to 384 kbps to support a broad variety of applications that include Internet access, e-mail, file transfers, remote log-in and Internet phone applications. In addition, ISDN-type services functioning on a streamed basis effectively employ nx64 kbps channels to support applications such as telephony, video-conferencing and Group 4 faxing. Further, high-quality voice services at up to 12.2 kbps are also available. These cutting-edge services are supported by the following technologies. [1]

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