Vodafone promises to give free internet access to 250,000 disadvantaged children

Daily Mirror reports …

Vodafone UK has pledged to give free connectivity to 250,000 disadvantaged school children this winter – to give them internet access at home. It will allow them to access schoolwork, catch up on lost learning and continue their education if they need to isolate. Vodafone UK CEO, Nick Jeffery, said: “Our focus throughout this crisis has been keeping the UK connected.

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