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DOCOMO Pacific launches TV Everywhere

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - At home, at the office or on the go, if you are a DOCOMO Pacific cable TV subscriber then watching your favorite television shows has just become more convenient, the new TV Everywhere feature allows subscribers to access their favorite television shows through wireless devices anytime, anywhere. Basic subscribers have access to TVE networks within their basic channel line-up while digital subscribers now have access to all available TVE programming.

Network programming manager Ina Cruz told KUAM News, "Right now with TV Everywhere we've just launched fourteen new networks and you'll see in the months to come that we will be adding more and more networks as we make agreements with those different networks."

The best part of this new feature - it's free! For more information and assistance on activating TVE services visit www.docomopacific.com/tve

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