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Brastel Telecom

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Brastel Telecom, popularly known as Brastel is a Japanese telecommunication company based in Tokyo. They distribute international prepaid calling cards within Japan and Asia via convenience stores. Brastel's largest demography is Brazilian ex-pats living in Japan. Brastel is one of the most commonly used calling services in Japan. The company was started in 1996, originally selling callback services. In 2000 they released the first rechargeable calling card in Japan. This product quickly became Brastel's biggest source of income. Recently they have started to invest in IP phone technology through their FLiP and Basix services. They are also noted for their philanthropic work in Brazilian communities as well as for their involvement in the building of schools, and for providing seminars and lectures for the poor and disadvantaged communities around the world. The promotion of Brazilian culture in Japan has played a prominent part of Brastel since the creation of sub company Tupiniq
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