To sign up for broadband service, you will need a permission letter signed by your landlord if you are renting. If you are signing up with Flow, they provide a branded permission letter that your landlord can print and sign.
If you are a foreign national, Flow and Digicel usually require a security deposit to sign up for broadband service. This is normally around BDS $150, but the exact amount may vary. If you become a permanent resident or a citizen of Barbados in the future, you may be able to claim back any unused portion of your security deposit.
Barbados is a member of the North America Numbering Plan. To learn more about this and how customers are charged for phone calls in Barbados, read our guide on how phone calls work.