Vodafone, Docomo Pacific ink partner accord in Guam, NMI


Vodafone and Docomo Pacific have jointly announced a new Partner Market agreement for Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, building on Vodafone’s strategic partnership with NTT Docomo.

Under the non-equity partnership agreement, Docomo Pacific, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT Docomo, becomes Vodafone’s preferred partner in Guam and the CNMI and the two companies will jointly offer business and consumer customers a range of products and services.

Docomo Pacific will benefit from access to Vodafone best practice and will be able to enhance its customer proposition in Guam and the CNMI with Vodafone’s products and services. Vodafone’s multinational corporate customers will benefit from the addition of Guam and the CNMI to their existing contracts for international managed services, while continuing to be serviced via a single point of contact.

Vodafone Partner Markets chief executive Stefano Gastaut said: “We are pleased to expand the strategic partnership with our Japanese partner NTT Docomo to include Guam and the CNMI, extending our footprint to 54 markets worldwide. This will boost our presence in Asia Pacific and extend the reach of Vodafone’s services in the region.”

Jonathan Kriegel, CEO at Docomo Pacific said: “With the combination of our parent company NTT Docomo and our new partnership with Vodafone, we are best positioned to bring the people of Guam and the CNMI an unmatched customer experience complete with a world-class network, products and services.” (Docomo)

Jun Dayao Dayao
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