IT&E offers free data for distance learning resources for teachers and studentsStudents and teachers in Guam are now able to access distance learning platforms via the mobile application and websites on their mobile phones or by using mobile data hotspot and it will not be applied to their data consumption.
IT&E warns of fraudulent social media contestIT&E has discovered that an unknown third party is posing as our organization and sending fraudulent offers to our customers on social media. There is no existing contest or giveaway that coincides with this social media post. All official contests and giveaways are announced on IT&E’s official social media pages and website.
IT&E announces payment plan options to aid those affected by pandemicAs families and residents are confronted with the impact of the pandemic, IT&E announces that payment plan options are available to help its subscribers manage overdue balances. IT&E residential subscribers may contact IT&E at (670) 682-4483 [CNMI] / (671) 922-4483 [GUAM] by July 31, 2020 to arrange a payment plan.
IT&E advises subscribers to be vigilant of scamsIT&E has received reports of suspicious voice calls, WhatsApp calls and WhatsApp messages from local and off-island phone numbers. IT&E advises subscribers to never provide personal information, such as social security numbers or banking information, over the phone or via WhatsApp without verifying the request.
IT&E reminds community to call before diggingFollowing a recent disruption to wireless, internet and landline services caused by cable cuts in Kagman during road construction, IT&E reminds contractors, construction companies, government agencies and residents to call before digging for any type of construction or renovation.
IT&E announces winners of Stay Home ChallengeIT&E is excited to announce the winners of the IT&E Stay Home Challenge. From March 29 to April 30, 2020 residents of Guam and CNMI were invited to share how they were passing the time at home during the government Stay-At-Home order for the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+ or a S20 with a phone case and 1 year of free service.
Scam calls identified as part of a larger calls affecting the United StatesThe bout of suspicious calls the CNMI is experiencing is part of a larger scam affecting the United States. IT&E reported the suspicious calls to AT&T, which is investigating. IT&E has received information from the AT&T Fraud Desk that the calls are part of a Chinese Consulate Robocalling/Spoofing Scam.
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