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Docomo Pacific works with University of Guam to bridge digital divide

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TAMUNING, Guam (Press Release) — Docomo Pacific, regional leader in innovation, telecommunications, & entertainment, donates 30 smart phones with service to students of the University of Guam.
To comply with social distancing mandates, schools and college campuses around the world have been forced into remote education. Students without smart phones or internet access are left behind.

From left, Manny Hechanova Jr., interim chief information officer, University of Guam, and Katrina Perez, executive director, University of Guam Endowment Foundation.

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Docomo Pacific said it is “doing our part to help close the digital divide by donating smart phones to University of Guam students in need of connectivity devices. We don’t have to be together to learn together.”
About Docomo Pacific
Docomo Pacificis 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. As the four-time winner of Pika’s Best of Guam, three-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

November 2020 pssnewsletter

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