Bmobile has announced that it is making it easier for customers to access accurate information
and the latest news on COVID-19.

Effective March 15, the provider has zero-rated websites of the following organisations, making it possible for all bmobile customers to visit the sites at no charge:

World Health Organisation (WHO)

Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)

Ministry of Health TT (MOH)

Ministry of Communications

Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM)

Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

Trinidad Express

CNC3

TTT

TV6

Bmobile is assuring customers that the websites can be accessed from any mobile internet compatible device for free and without fear of depleting existing data bundles.

It says that if, however, customers are redirected to another website not included in the zero-rated list, charges may be incurred.

“bmobile recognizes that a critical part of taking the necessary precautions to protect against the virus entails having accurate, verifiable information easily available. As the indigenous provider, deeply invested in Trinidad and Tobago and bridging the digital divide, bmobile remains committed to doing its part to provide support when needed the most,” the statement said.