Vodafone UK launched a new initiative on 25th of August. The network wants to help registered UK charities stay connected during the pandemic, and they’re offering SIMs packed with 20GB of free data, combined with unlimited UK calls and texts for 6-months. The network giant aims to help around 1.5m households who live in digital poverty.
Vodafone says that its new charities.connected program will give any charity the opportunity to apply for free connectivity to help people in need, provided these charities are registered.
Helen Lamprell, General Counsel and External Affairs Director at Vodafone UK, said:
“At Vodafone, we’ve put tackling digital exclusion at the heart of our business with our pledge to connect one million people by the end of 2022. We hope that by giving free connectivity to charities across the UK, we can enable them to better support their local communities, particularly those that are digitally excluded. We want to support projects big and small – please help us share this offer so we can reach as many charities as possible.”
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