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The Community and United for a Multicultural Japan (inclusion optional)
www.debito.org/TheCommunity and www.tabunka.org

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LETTER OF PROTEST

To Whom it May Concern:
NTT Docomo Corp., Inc

I, ____________________, a former dedicated user of NTT Docomo phones, hereby unsubscribe from your company's services and return my cellphone. This is in protest of Docomo's requirement of a 30,000 yen deposit for all foreign residents of Japan without Permanent Residency, effected April 1, 2002.

I will not use NTT Docomo's services as long as the company continues to treat valued customers differently due to their nationality. I will take my business elsewhere.

Please forward this letter to NTT Docomo Headquarters, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.

Signed __________________________________

The Community and United for a Multicultural Japan (inclusion optional)
www.debito.org/TheCommunity and www.tabunka.org

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CARTA DE PROTESTO

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NTT Docomo Corp., Inc

Eu, _________________________________________, antes um usuario dedicado dos telefones NTT Docomo, de agora em diante cancelo minha inscricao e devolvo meu telefone celular. Isto e em protesto a exigencia da Docomo de um deposito de 30.000 ienes para todos os estrangeiros residentes no Japao sem o visto permanente, efetivada em 1 de abril de 2002.

Eu nao usarei os servicos da NTT Docomo enquanto a companhia continuar a tratar clientes valorosos de maneira diferente devido a nacionalidade deles. Eu farei negocios em outro lugar.

Por favor encaminhe esta carta de para o escritorio central da NTT Docomo, Nagata - cho, Chiyoda-ku, Toquio.

Assinado ____________________________

The Community and United for a Multicultural Japan (inclusao opcional)
www.debito.org/TheCommunity and www.tabunka.org

__ / __ / 2002

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