|Subsidiary of NTT Docomo USA|
|Founded||1993 (as Mariana Cable Vision Broadband)|
|Headquarters||Tamuning, Guam, U.S.|
|Products||Cablecasting, Broadband Internet, VoIP, Digital Voice, Mobile|
Docomo Pacific (formerly MCV Broadband and previously Marianas Cable Vision Broadband) is a Telecommunications company headquartered in Dededo, Guam that specializes in Cable television, telephone, and broadband ISPs. MCV services customers the United States territories of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, as well as the military installations in the area. It owned by NTT Docomo USA.
DPAC's TV cable lineup includes 64 analog channels, 76 digital channels, over 20 HD channels, 20 premium movie channels, 4 PPV channels and 50 music audio channels. A majority of the channels are devoted to Asian programming (from Japan, The Philippines, China and Korea), as well as programming from Australia. While most of the basic and premium channels in this lineup are delayed by satellite from the United States (via the west coast feed), others like CNN, MSNBC, and ESPN are broadcasting live through a different feed.
On 22 May 2013, DOCOMO PACIFIC officially merged with MCV Broadband and became Guam and the CNMI’s leading provider of telecommunications and entertainment services. With combined offerings to include the latest mobile services, television, internet and telephone services in the region, DOCOMO PACIFIC continues to enhance the diversified range of services available to its customers.
- www.seaportcapital.com/news/2013/5/seaport-capital-sells-mcv-broadband-to-ntt-docomo (May 22, 2013)
- Docomo Pacific's website
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