Claro: Claro (formerly CODETEL) is the largest telecommunications company in the Dominican Republic and provides local, long-distance, and wireless voice services, as well as Internet and IPTV services, to approximately four million customers. CdmaOne,CDMA2000 1x,GSM-850/1900 (GPRS, EDGE),850 MHz UMTS, HSDPA,1700 MHz LTE.
Orange S.A: Orange S.A., formerly France Télécom S.A., is a French multinational telecommunications corporation. It employs about 170,000 people, 105,000 of them in France, and has 263 million customers worldwide. In 2012, the group had revenue of €43.5 billion. Its head office is in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, and the current CEO is Stéphane Richard. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.Orange has been the company’s main brand for mobile, landline, internet and IPTV services since 2006. The brand originated in 1994 when Hutchison Whampoa acquired a controlling stake in Microtel Communications during the early 1990s and rebranded it as Orange. It became a subsidiary of Mannesmann in 1999 and was acquired by France Télécom in 2000. The company was rebranded as Orange in July 2013.GSM-1800/1900 (GPRS, EDGE)
900 MHz UMTS, DC-HSPA+,1800 MHz LTE.
Viva: Viva is a mobile network operator in the Dominican Republic.Founded in 1883 as All America Cables & Radio Dominican Republic (an ITT subsidiary), the company was the country’s first telecom to offer telegraph services to the Antilles.In January 2000, Centennial Communications purchased 70% of the company, forming Centennial Dominicana. The company later launched a CDMA2000 network and provided Internet services over EVDO. On November 24, 2006 Centennial Communications announced that they were selling 100% of Centennial Dominicana to Trilogy International Partners for US$80M. In April 2008, Centennial announced a rename to Viva and launched their GSM/GPRS/EDGE network. CdmaOne
CDMA2000 1x, CDMA2000 EV-DO,GSM-1900 (GPRS, EDGE)
Tricom: Tricom, S.A., colloquially known as Tricom, is the second largest landline service provider in the Dominican Republic. It owns and operates a major HDTV Cable TV service, Telecable de Tricom, formerly known as “Telecable Nacional”. Its ISP branch offers residential bandwidth with speeds up to 100 Mbit/s and is also a national mobile network operator.CdmaOne,CDMA2000 1x, CDMA2000 EV-DO
1900 MHz LTE.