Nokia says sayonara to Japan, one last time.The Finnish handset manufacturer had stopped supplying cell phones to Japanese carriers in 2008, according to the report.However, now Nokia will be shutting down the Vertu stores in the Shibuya and Ginza districts of Japan by the end of July. As for their phone service, run on network infrastructure leased from NTT DoCoMo Inc. It will be discontinued when its contract expires at the end of August.Nokia’s Tokyo office will stay open till the end of the year to handle fee refunds and other matters, the paper reported.


Source: Reuters