TAMUNING, Guam—Docomo Pacific, regional leader in innovation, telecommunications, and entertainment, will receive funds through the Rural Development Opportunity Fund to increase connectivity in the Northern Mariana Islands.
The Federal Communications Commission recently auctioned $9.2 billion of funding nationwide for high-speed (at least 25 Mbps) broadband rollout in rural areas that are unserved by voice and broadband. Among the winning bidders of RDOF funds, Docomo Pacific will receive a small share of the nationwide funding in installments over the next ten years to improve connectivity in Saipan, Tinian, and Rota.
The past year has made clear that having a strong, reliable Internet connection is essential for working from home, distance learning, and safely connecting to our families. Docomo Pacific is deeply invested in the communities we serve and actively seeks opportunities to help improve coverage and quality in all areas of the Marianas.
Docomo Pacific is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Docomo, Japan’s leading mobile operator. Headquartered in Tamuning, Guam, Docomo Pacific is the largest provider of personal, residential, enterprise connectivity and entertainment services in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Named Guam’s most reliable network, based on GWS’ 2019 OneScore ranking. We are also the 5-time winner of Pika’s Best of Guam and 4-time winner of Best of The Pacific. Docomo Pacific is dedicated to bringing you and your family closer to the things that matter most. Get to know more about what makes us “Better Together” at www.docomopacific.com. (PR)