As of February, 2012, I was able to purchase for 30 days, a USB wireless modem for Internet access from Claro for 1690 Pesos, about 45 USD. I got 3 Gigs of transfer and was able to use a 3G connection in the village of Montellano from my hotel. The control panel is weak, does not tell how much usage correctly, I did get an email from them to the CP that told me when I was at 80 percent usage. I refilled it early, but it was not simple, I needed return to Puerta Plata to recharge it.
The modem was free, include in the 1690 price, none of the links on the CP or control panel allowed me to do anything, most were broken. I highly recommend you only do business at the bigger offices in the country.
Note, Orange wanted three month contract and feel unreasonable to deal with, for a short term person.
Planes Prepago de Internet MóvilNOTE ---- Taxes are NOT included here:
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