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bmobile Connects With Tobago Heritage For Emancipation Celebrations

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

National communications solutions provider, bmobile, was proud to once again be a part of the Tobago Heritage Festival and its Emancipation Celebration themed “D’ Awakening - Celebrating We Legacy” which recognises the struggle for freedom and celebrates our country’s rich culture and history.

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bmobile Supports Tech Innovators, Says Innovation Important Now More Than Ever

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

bmobile is proud to partner with the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce to advance and nurture business technology innovation. Nominations are now open for the Trinidad and Tobago’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s Champions of Business Awards, of which, bmobile is a proud platinum sponsor of the Business Technology Award. The award is meant to foster and encourage innovation and efficiency in Trinidad and Tobago’s business sector through the development and implementation of technology.

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bmobile partners with Fortinet, global leader in data networking and cyber security.

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Corporate customers and officials of bmobile, Trinidad and Tobago’s national telecommunications provider, joined representatives of California-based leading cyber security company Fortinet to announce the formal partner agreement bringing Fortinet's Security Fabric into the bmobile business suite of networking services and security framework. This collaboration will allow bmobile Business’s clients to further enhance their own infrastructure bringing new levels of cyber security and networking optimization that are fast becoming the norm for modern businesses that are looking to move to the cloud.

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CZAR returns to Carnival Theatre with Riddim Nation

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Gerard Cooper, General Manager Shared Services at TSTT, is pleased with the idea that started in response to the pandemic. “Theatre in the streets is how we have traditionally viewed Carnival, but this developing shift to taking Carnival to the theatre in a family-friendly way allows for a telling and re-telling of our Carnival story to new audiences or existing audiences in a new way,” Cooper stated.

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Students Honour National Heroes through Writing

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Secondary School students from all corners of Trinidad and Tobago had the opportunity to meet some of their favourite national heroes courtesy communications solution provider bmobile at the company’s corporate box at the Queen’s Park Oval recently.

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bmobile MIFI devices help power Tobago Animation Hub

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Economic realities demand that Trinidad and Tobago seek alternative means of job creation and foreign exchange revenues. One area that has come into focus globally is the creative economy. Beyond energy industries and the development of our tourism sector, Tobago's Eco-Industrial Development Company of Tobago (E-IDCOT) Ltd was established by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) in 2009 as a wholly-owned, private limited liability company responsible for the development and diversification of the Tobago economy.

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Teaching Older People the Power of Smart Connectivity

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bmobile partners with Gerontology Dept for a fun, insightful celebration of IOPD 2021

The United Nations General Assembly designated 1st October as the International Day of Older Persons (resolution 45/106). The UN has also adopted Plans and Principles related to ageing populations since the global life expectancy increased from 46 to 68 years between 1950 and 2010.

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TSTT’s data centre undisputedly the most reliable in Trinidad and Tobago following EPI DCOS-3 certification

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

TSTT’s data centre remains the most reliable in Trinidad and Tobago, and among the top ranked facilities in the Caribbean and Latin America after a rigorous certification exercise by global data centre specialist and accredited certification body, EPI. This accomplishment validates TSTT’s data management processes and offers added assurance that users’ data is well protected.

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bmobile funds students at ‘Moms for Literacy’

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

bmobile renewed its alliance with Moms for Literacy, a unique literacy program developed in Trinidad and Tobago. Catering to children who are slipping through the education system due to their need for a different teaching style, the program has provided a second chance for children who require a more hands-on approach or extra motivation to improve their literacy skills.

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bmobile partners with BCRC – Caribbean to tackle the challenge of e-Waste in T&T sustainably

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Electronic Waste (e-waste) is a growing concern worldwide. The first issue is that many electronic devices contain hazardous materials that can leach into the environment as their casings degrade in landfills, where a lot of consumer electronic waste currently ends up. Another reason for the urgent need for responsible recycling is that many components are becoming increasingly scarce or are dangerous to source globally. Moves are afoot to change this in Trinidad and Tobago by several national stakeholders, with the support of bmobile.

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Chutney Soca Monarch enjoys 4M views in 30 Days

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Gerard Cooper, General Manager Shared Services at TSTT, noted his pride at the Chutney Soca Monarch's continued growth as a viable and technology-driven brand. "Holding our culture up for the world to see gives us immense joy and allows us to show the world just how diverse we are in our talent.

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bmobile rewards Entrepreneurs in Tobago Virtual Expo

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

bmobile continues to encourage, support and reward entrepreneurship in Trinidad and Tobago through a continued partnership with the THA Division of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour. The alliance resulted in the contribution of several mobile devices to further enhance the growth of category winners in a Virtual Business Expo.

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Bringing Books & Joy to Children's Homes Across T&T

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The Foundation's Book Buddies programme traditionally provides books and school supplies for the students of the Homes. However, it has adapted since 2020 in order to continue its contribution towards the children’s school supplies by way of a monetary contribution instead.

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bmobile partners with TTPS Community Policing Unit – Tobago Division to bring relief to families in need

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The TTPS spokesperson added that as Community Officers, their primary concern is the care and welfare of the community. “Since the pandemic began plaguing the world, we have seen a very high increase with families in need”. The officers at the Unit contribute a daily savings amount which goes toward hampers and other goodwill projects, but we rely heavily on corporate sponsors to keep this hamper drive in constant motion.”

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bmobile connects ‘A Taste of Buccoo’

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TSTT’s General Manager Enterprise Services (Ag.), Darryl Duke, stated that bmobile has been a longstanding partner and was proud to have collaborated once again to make this culturally significant event possible. “As Trinidad and Tobago’s indigenous communications provider, we at bmobile are extremely passionate about supporting local initiatives that make us truly unique as a people, especially when they form memorable experiences for both our citizens and our visitors alike.

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Chosen Hands empowers through art with support from bmobile

TSTT Corporate Communications

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Darryl Duke, Acting General Manager Enterprise Services at TSTT, pointed out that “the work of education in all forms is crucial to the development of young people in T&T.” He elaborated, "For more than two decades, bmobile has found that partnerships with nonprofit organisations like Chosen Hands is just one of the ways that we continue to support youth development and education through the bmobile Foundation.

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Young Women Demonstrate E-Commerce (Shopify) Prowess

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Gerard Cooper, General Manager Shared Services at TSTT, welcomed the opportunity to work on this initiative once more. “We recognise that technology availability and uptake only bring benefits when paired with education and training. This truly empowers users to make the most of the data, voice and technology products that we provide as the leading communications solution provider.

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bmobile supports Youth Hydroponics Programme

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

Core Foundation, a local NGO, has been engaged in work to enhance the lives of many underserved communities across the country. Established in 2015, its primary mission is to improve, inspire, and empower people to live a better quality of life by creating workable solutions to eradicate poverty and social issues.

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bmobile Recognises Outstanding Tobago SEA Grads

TSTT Corporate Communications

Press Release

TSTT partnered with Digicel and the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago in 2020 to procure over 10,000 devices for students of households affected by the economic fallout of the pandemic. Parents were also offered special rates for data to enable remote schooling to minimise the disruption to students’ education access across T&T.