From the morning of the 10th, NTT and major mobile phone companies have taken measures to limit outgoing and incoming calls when calls are concentrated on reservations for vaccination with the new coronavirus.
This is to prevent other telephone calls, including calls to the fire department and police, from becoming difficult to connect.
Many local governments will start making phone reservations for vaccination from the 10th, but from the morning of the 10th, NTT East and NTT West will limit incoming calls when the amount of communication to the phone numbers that about 200 local governments accept reservations increases. We are taking measures.
This is to prevent other calls, including emergency calls to the fire department and police, from becoming difficult to connect, and when the calls are concentrated, a voice guidance saying "the phone is busy" is played and the call becomes "busy". Is to reduce the number of.
Major mobile phone companies are also working together to limit calls to the reserved phone numbers.
NTT and major mobile phone companies are calling for people to call back later when it is difficult to make a reservation call, or to consider making a reservation on the Internet.
On the 6th of this month, NTT East restricted incoming calls to landlines in Tokyo due to the increase in traffic, making it difficult to connect to the phone temporarily.