Effect of typhoon Mobile phone and landline (as of 10:00 pm) 23:10 on September 11

According to mobile phone companies, power outages continued due to the impact of Typhoon No. 15, etc., making it difficult for mobile phones and smartphones to connect and communicate with mobile phones and smartphones in some areas of the Kanto region and Shizuoka Prefecture. This is supported by deploying base stations and mobile power vehicles.

In mobile companies, there are places where base stations that exchange radio waves with devices such as smartphones are not functioning due to the power outage, and it is difficult to make calls and communications.

Of these, NTT DoCoMo has difficulty in connecting mobile phones in some of the following regions.

▽ Tokyo is Oshima Town Niijima Village ▽ Kanagawa Prefecture is Tsurumi Ward in Yokohama City, Kamakura City ▽ Chiba Prefecture is 43 municipalities such as Inage Ward in Chiba City, Funabashi City and Tateyama City.

KDDI has difficulty in connecting mobile phones in some of the following regions.

▽ Oshima Town in Tokyo ▽ Chiba Prefecture is a city of 36 cities including Chiba City Midori Ward and Wakaba Ward ▽ Ibaraki Prefecture is Iwata City and Kashima City ▽ Shizuoka Prefecture is Kawazu Town.

Softbank has become difficult to connect mobile phones in 25 cities and some areas of the town, such as Kawazu Town, Shizuoka Prefecture, Wakaba Ward, Chiba City, Tateyama City, Minami Boso City, Chiba Prefecture.

Each company publishes a list of regions that are difficult to connect on their homepage. In addition, mobile base stations and mobile power supply vehicles are deployed.

In addition, three major mobile phone companies provide a “Disaster Message Board” service that allows users to register and confirm safety information in text form via the Internet.

On the other hand, according to NTT East, due to the fact that the emergency power supply of the communication facilities has stopped, the phone is not able to connect with about 81,000 lines in a wide area of ​​Chiba Prefecture, and the Internet is also not connected with 56,000 lines. The

In NTT East, approximately 7,000 public telephones in Chiba Prefecture are available for free use.