Our founder partners use their incredible reach and networks to help the UK get connected
The internet really can open up new opportunities and help us all to get more out of life, regardless of age. Yet today, more than 5m older people in the UK have never been online.
The BBC already has loads of great content to help people learn new digital skills. Working with Go ON UK partners, it’s going to produce even more.
Big Lottery Fund supports programmes that help communities access services digitally and charities to deliver services digitally.
Helping customers get the best deal for them is part of E.ON’s DNA and making sure that customers can access online services is part of that.
As the largest and most advanced digital communications company in Britain, EE believes it’s a duty and responsibility to share the power of connectivity with everyone in the UK.
As the largest retail bank in the UK, Lloyds Banking Group is committed to actively promoting digital skills in order to help its colleagues, customers and communities in Britain prosper.
Not only does being digitally aware benefit Post Office staff, it also makes them perfectly placed to have face- to-face conversations with customers who need help getting to grips with the internet.
TalkTalk passionately believes that the internet makes Britain a better place and that no one should be excluded from all the benefits that it has to offer. This is why it’s publically committed to playing its part in building a truly connected nation and powering growth across the UK.