The CEO of Claro Dominican Republic, Rogelio Viesca, and the vice president of the company, Carlos Cueto, announced that the company will launch its own 5G mobile network in the country, during a meeting with the Dominican president Luis Abinader. In addition, they detailed that the plans and equipment necessary to develop the service are already at their disposal, and that they will soon become operational in cities such as Greater Santo Domingo, Santiago and La Romana.
“With this infrastructure already available in the National District, we are ushering in a new era of digital transformation in the country and enabling fifth-generation mobile connectivity, which will allow the current government’s 2030 digital agenda to materialize, by serving as a platform to develop a digital society that fosters creativity and innovation, improving the quality of life of Dominicans ”, announced Viesca during the meeting.
For his part, Cueto explained that the installation of the network will allow “the development of disruptive solutions in all areas of society, as well as the evolution of all productive sectors“. Meanwhile, the country’s president declared: “We reiterate our satisfaction to continue counting on Claro Dominicana as an ally and strategic partner of this administration, by supporting us with its infrastructure and corporate projects, in four of the axes outlined in our 2030 Digital Agenda, which include, in addition to connectivity and access, education and digital capabilities, cybersecurity and the promotion of a culture of innovation”.