DOCOMO PACIFIC Guam is a telecommunications company based in Tamuning, Guam. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Docomo, a Japanese mobile phone operator. The company was established following the merger of Guamcell Communications and HafaTel. In December 2006, it was acquired by NTT Docomo, which itself is a spin-off of the Japanese communication company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. DOCOMO PACIFIC Guam is the largest provider of mobile, television, internet and telephone services to the United States territories of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. In May 2013, the company expanded its operations with the acquisition of MCV Broadband, a cable company, from Seaport Capital, a New York City-based investment company.
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Docomo Pacific, Inc.
Country
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Network Operator
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3G Network

In October 2008, DOCOMO PACIFIC was first on Guam to introduce the fastest and only 3.5G (HSPA) network. In November 2011, DOCOMO PACIFIC upgraded the network to HSPA+ service on Guam and followed shortly after by the launch of 4G LTE service in October 2012.

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    Launch of 3G Network
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    4G Network

    Docomo launched a B2B 5G service in October 2019, later appointing Nokia in November to conduct the company's broader 5G rollout. Mobile 5G services were launched in August 2020, supporting data rates of up to 250 Mb/s DL and 15 Mb/s UL.

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      5G Network

      Docomo Pacific announced the launch of its 5G network in August 2020.

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        Launch of 5G Network
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