DOCOMO PACIFIC signs multimillion-dollar network enhancement deal with Nokia

TAMUNING, GUAM: DOCOMO PACIFIC signed a multimillion-dollar Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with global technology leader, Nokia, to enhance and expand technologies in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands over a course of three (3) years.

With the forthcoming launch of DOCOMO PACIFIC’s undersea, fiber-optic cable, ATISA, linking Guam, Rota, Tinian and Saipan, this MOU marks a significant investment in new technologies. It makes way for future mobile and fixed innovations. The 3-year plan will enhance customer experience and services for DOCOMO PACIFIC subscribers in the Marianas.

Nokia has a long-standing relationship with DOCOMO PACIFIC which dates back to the successful launch of 3G services in Guam in 2008, followed by the rollout of LTE in 2012. Through the strong partnership with Nokia, DOCOMO PACIFIC aims to deliver an unmatched customer experience coupled with accelerating speeds.

“Our partnership with Nokia, as our primary technology provider, helps us to deploy state-of-the-art communications and entertainment services in the Marianas. The investment means you can expect to see us launch a range of new fixed and mobile services, enabling our customers to like, love, connect, collect, and share all the things that matter most.”  

Jonathan Kriegel, President & CEO, DOCOMO PACIFIC

“This agreement establishes us as a strategic business partner to DOCOMO PACIFIC over multiple years, and we look forward to supporting the rollout of new and unique solutions that will provide high quality services to their subscribers. We are highly committed to fully supporting the network evolution of global network businesses.” 

Jae Won, Head of Nokia Japan, NOKIA
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