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DOCOMO Pacific allows customers to text-in hurricane relief donations

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Recovering from a catastrophic storm is something we here in the territory are all too familiar with. That's why DOCOMO Pacific is getting involved to help those working to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

DOCOMO Pacific spokesperson, Ken Quintanilla, says it's an easy process for all postpaid customers in Guam and the CNMI wanting to pitch in.

All they have to do is text the number 1 to HELP - 4357.

He says each text will result in a dollar being given to the American Red Cross for relief efforts.

"Just as we believe communications transforms lives, we also believe we have the tremendous responsibility to serve our community through our resources and our technology," he said.

The disaster relief initiative goes from today to September 15.

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