IT&E donated a mobile hotspot device with 4G LTE data service to PPE for Guam. PPE for Guam is an all-volunteer initiative to create Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from home, and donate them to medical professionals, first responders, and those at high risk of contracting Covid-19.
“Our community will have to work hand-in-hand to overcome the unprecedented challenges we now face. PPE for Guam has stepped up to take action. We commend them and are proud to support their efforts.” – Jim Oehlerking, CEO of IT&E
The device and data service from IT&E will help the organization carry out its mission.
“We sincerely thank IT&E for helping fight this pandemic. With their generous donation, we’ll be able to connect with medical professionals and volunteers to immediately learn of shortages and coordinate our response. IT&E is going the extra mile to protect those on the pandemic frontline, and we sincerely thank them.” – Allison Rutter, Co-Founder of PPE for Guam.
For more information about PPE for Guam, visit ppeforguam.com.
IT&E remains committed to helping flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19. Strict sanitization and social distancing procedures are in place at its open locations in Harmon and AAFES. IT&E launched the Stay Home Challenge to further encourage residents to stay home and to share photos and videos of how they are social distancing for a chance to win the Samsung Galaxy Ultra, S20+ and S20 with accessories. Details can be found on IT&E’s social media pages.
IT&E has implemented several relief measures for its subscribers. IT&E has removed data caps for its subscribers until April 30, 2020. In addition, IT&E has pushed back the due date for bills, so that subscribers can pay anytime during the month without late fees.