The Ministry of Health advises that prevention is the most important action to protect against COVID-19.
Wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, Wear a mask over your nose and mouth, Cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue when you cough or sneeze. Dispose the tissue immediately, Cough and sneeze into the crook of your elbow if you do not have a tissue, Avoid close contact with people who have flu-like symptoms, Sanitize work surface areas and any frequently used surface areas at home.
We touch our phones over 50 times a day. Keep it sanitized to prevent spreading germs onto your face and hands.
On most phones you can use disinfectant wipes or wipes with 70% alcohol. Apple advises that you do that “gently.” It is further recommended to wring out disinfectant wipes before using them and to use soft cloths to clean the phone. Microfiber cleaning cloths or the cloths used to clean your glasses are ideal. Paper towels can work too if you spray them with the solution.
Don’t use straight alcohol as it can strip coatings that keep oil and water from damaging your display and other ports.
Don’t spray cleaning agents directly on your phone.
In times like these, it is also important to remain vigilant online. We are not conducting a ‘limited time only’ promotion that offers free credit and data. All authorized promotions and offers will be posted to our official website (bmobile.co.tt) or shared via our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). We urge all customers to beware of fraudsters who may be operating a phishing scam to access confidential personal information. bmobile is not associated with any of these entities. If you come across one of these unauthorized messages bearing the bmobile logo, please ignore the prompt and close your browser immediately.
Never carelessly share your personal data. Your name, mobile number, address and financial information can all be used maliciously if they end up in the wrong hands. Many online phishing scams appear to come from legitimate companies and can deceive you if you are not careful. It is always a practice good to check a company’s official communication channels for info about promotions.
Be careful of suspicious links and attachments in your inbox. These may contain viruses or malware that can tamper with your mobile phone or computer.
If a website or email address looks ‘phishy’ use an online link scanner to verify its safety.