IT&E reduces paper use


IT&E will launch in Guam and the CNMI today a campaign to promote paper waste management.

Called “A Change that Matters,” IT&E CEO Jim Oehlerking said this campaign initiates a small change among IT&E subscribers but with a big impact.

“Going paperless means less trash in our local landfill and less pollutants going into the earth, air, and water. In Guam and the CNMI, land is tied to the hearts and culture of the people,” he said. “We’re proud to work alongside customers to preserve what matters most.”

IT&E believes that customers will save money and time when they subscribe to online billing,

Another benefit is that subscribers will save $3 on their monthly billing by eliminating dependency on paper statements. IT&E assures customer satisfaction because they can still access their latest statements and make payment from their computer at home or work.

Danny Daniel, IT&E’s senior manager of brand and public relations, told Saipan Tribune that customers were notified of the campaign in the middle of February “using our monthly statements, coupled with in-store dialogue and social media communications.”

To get statements online, subscribers are asked to sign up and have their own password for access. Subscribers are also encouraged to visit any IT&E branch to enroll in “MyBilling Statements”

For more information on how to go paperless, call IT&E at (CNMI) 670-682-4483.

Bea Cabrera | Correspondent
Bea Cabrera, who holds a law degree, also has a bachelor's degree in mass communications. She has been exposed to multiple aspects of mass media, doing sales, marketing, copywriting, and photography.

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