Japan introduces toilet paper for smartphones

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Building on the nation’s reputation for cleanliness, Japan’s largest telecommunications company NTT Docomo recently introduced rolls of paper for cleaning smartphone screens in restrooms in Narita International Airport. The toilet paper for smartphones is located next to the regular rolls of toilet paper in seven different locations throughout the airport’s arrivals terminal. Studies have highlighted the high levels of bacteria harbored by smartphone screens, even comparing them unfavorably to the amount found on most toilet seats. NTT Docomo’s rolls welcome visitors to the country and include information about the company’s wifi services, in English, on each sheet. The company says…

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