In this paper, we propose a non orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) system using coexisting narrow and wide beams to increase total capacity. In our proposed system, a base station considers the state of user mobility and supports users with either a narrow or a wide beam according to the mobility state. The proposed NOMA system uses the beam gain between a narrow and a wide beam, as well as the power gain from the pathloss difference in NOMA scheme. The system is thus less influenced by user mobility at the point of NOMA pairing. In the proposed system, we consider two power allocation schemes, namely the max and fair power allocation methods, and propose a pairing algorithm to maximize the capacity by minimizing the interference between narrow and wide beam user. The result verifies that the proposed system improves sum throughput, compared with the OMA and conventional NOMA system.