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Dear Valued Customers and Partners,
Flow remains committed to supporting Montserrat in its efforts to battle the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The safety of our employees, their families, our customers, and the communities where we operate is our primary concern. We have adopted new in-store procedures which ensure that we comply with social distancing protocols and other guidelines issued by the Ministry of Education, Health and Social Services and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Our store has been reconfigured to provide more personal space between customers and we have imposed a maximum limit of 4 customers in our store at any given time. In addition, we now require all staff and customers to wear masks, and to sanitize their hands as they enter and leave our stores.
We have transitioned all our customer service offerings to our virtual store providing additional ways for you to reach us. Our team is available to answer any queries you may have:
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send a WhatsApp message to our Virtual Store as follows:
1-664-495-1079 - for assistance with retail and customer service
1-664-495-1076 - for assistance with your broadband and fixed line services
We also encourage you to use our easy and convenient online channels where possible. These include:
With our schools now closed for an extended period, Flow has also launched the Flow Study initiative with the Ministry of Education. This timely and unique service offers a free online educational platform with great Caribbean content for our students to continue their studies at home.
Whether it’s in an effort to further safeguard your health, or to support our young people, these novel initiatives have all been introduced to assist you as we adjust to the new norms of conducting business. Flow remains committed to supporting the communities that we serve as we navigate through this crisis to a safer and better world.
Until then, please continue to be guided by the updates from the Ministry of Health and Social Services in their efforts to control the spread of COVID -19.
This is truly a defining time in Montserrat’s history. Let’s be kind and support each other, especially the less fortunate and more vulnerable among us. Remember, we are a resilient nation and we will get through this together.