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Viva (network operator)

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Trilogy Dominicana
HeadquartersSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic
ProductsWireless telecommunication services
ParentTelemicro group

Viva is a mobile network operator in the Dominican Republic.


Centennial Dominicana's previous logo.
Centennial Dominicana's previous logo.

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.[1] 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.[2] In April 2008, Centennial announced a rename to Viva and launched their GSM/GPRS/EDGE network.[3] At the end of 2015 the Telemicro group owned by the business man Juan Ramon Gomez Diaz acquired the operations of Trilogy Dominicana. In August 2017 Viva launched a new 4x4 MIMO 4G LTE network.[4]


Viva has focused on prepaid and hybrid plans. Postpaid plans are commonly not featured in mainstream media.


  1. ^ "Historia 1996-2000", Indotel (in Spanish), retrieved June 27, 2011
  2. ^ "Centennial Dominicana confirma fue vendida por US$80 millones", Listin Diario (in Spanish), retrieved June 27, 2011
  3. ^ "Historia", Viva (in Spanish), retrieved June 27, 2011
  4. ^ "VIVA Dominicana implementa Ericsson Charging System y 4G 4X4 MIMO". (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 October 2017.
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