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i went to la romana, the southern end of DR, last summer and it was not a problem. we plugged in cell phones and cameras and stuff with no issues. (be careful using your cell phone, muy expensive:)

 

I also checked on their website for you and found this:

Electricity

Electricity in the Dominican Republic operates at 110 Volts/60 Hertz as it does in the United States. Therefore, converters are not necessary. However, because voltage irregularities are common in the country - sometimes providing less voltage, sometimes surging - it is important that any appliances or computers you intend to use have surge protection

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