Docomo removes data caps


TAMUNING, Guam—Docomo Pacific has removed data caps for its postpaid subscribers and offers payment graces to keep the Marianas connected.

In times of rapid change, we rely on the strength of our connections. For the next 30 days we want to make it easier for you to stay connected to the things that matter most. We’re removing all data caps for anyone with a postpaid mobile plan. During this time, we are also offering payment graces. There will be no disconnections nor late fees imposed on any customer who may be going through financial hardship.

“If you are a Docomo Pacific customer who has a postpaid mobile plan in Guam or the CNMI, we are giving you endless mobile data for the next 30 days. Endless data means that you can connect more, work from home more, and share educational content and entertainment with your children who may be home from school,” said Docomo Pacific president and CEO Rod Boss.

“We also recognize the economic strain that our residential and business customers are experiencing. We have paused all disconnects due to non-payment and will be waiving all late fees during the same 30-day period,” he added.

Docomo Pacific C said its commitment to keeping customers connected remains. “We are here for you in-store, by phone, via email, and through social media. Let’s stay Better Together in these trying times,” said Boss.

Docomo Pacific is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Docomo, Japan’s leading mobile operator and is headquartered in Tamuning, Guam. (PR)

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