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DOCOMO Pacific now authorized iPhone reseller

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - DOCOMO Pacific has announced it is now an authorized reseller of the Apple iPhone. Starting June 30, DOCOMO Pacific will begin offering the iPhone 5S, the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 4S. According to vice president of marketing Tom Valderrama, DOCOMO Pacific has been in negotiations with Apple for some time in order to provide this added service.

"We are always trying to improve customer delight and this is something we've been wanting to provide, we have extremely fast 4G LTE service and we're happy now that we're able to provide this to our iPhone customers," he explained.

DOCOMO Pacific iPhones will be locked on island but customers can utilize with another off-island operator while abroad like AT&T, Smart and NTT DOCOMO. Valderamma adds customers will be able to experience DOCOMO's 4G LTE network on the iPhones. More than a hundred have already made their reservations. You can reserve your iPhone today at docomopacific.com.

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