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DOCOMO Pacific introduces 4G LTE service in Saipan

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DOCOMO Pacfiic says its customers in the CNMI will now have access to even faster mobile download speeds. Company President and CEO Jonathan Kriegel announced the new service recently from Saipan, saying, "But the real big news for today everyone is about the launch of our 4G LTE network. We are launching today the CNMI's widest LTE coverage.

"That means more cell sites, more access to data, anytime, anywhere. Where you work, where you live, where you play."

The company added 29 new cell sites throughout the CNMI. The company says with the new coverage, customers can now experience fast and consistent speeds that will allow them to update their Facebook stream, zip through YouTube videos and other popular applications without any buffering or lagging.

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