Guam's incumbent telco, GTA TeleGuam, is positioning itself to more effectively compete with DoCoMo Pacific by offering a quad-play bundle of voice, video, data and wireless.
The service provider currently offers a number of quad-play bundle options that starting at $130 a month. Customers have the option of purchasing a no-contract offer for Digital TV, Home Phone and Internet services, while wireless customers can opt for the telco's trade-in offering with various pre and post-paid wireless plans.
To entice subscribers to bundle more services, the service provider is offering customers three months free when they purchase a bundle of wireless, Internet, digital TV, and home phone services.
Robert Haulbrook, CEO of GTA TeleGuam, said in a release that its bundle promotion "represents a savings of over $380."
Ever since the former state-run telco became private in 2005 it has invested $70 million to enhance networks and operations to deliver a suite of 3G and 4G wireless, IPTV and up to 10 Mbps DSL services.
Three of the investments that have enabled the telco to provide a better Internet and video streaming experience for its customers are the deployment of underground fiber to protect the network from monsoons and other issues, additional routes linking the mainland U.S. and Asia, and adding local caching servers within its on-island network.
In addition, the telco has been updating its last mile network infrastructure with fiber to the home in select Brownfield and Greenfield segments of Guam under its "Todu Guam" FTTH project and VDSL2 over its existing copper facilities.
- see the release
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