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MyBCTeam to go: Get the free upgraded mobile app!

Posted on February 13, 2018

On most mobile devices, you can access an internet browser and type in www.mybcteam.com. To save time, you can download the MyBCTeam mobile app instead. Find the latest version of the MyBCTeam app by going to the app store (ex: iTunes App Store, Google Play). From here, you can see what's new with the app and install the latest version.

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