SPS Training are excited to announce that we are now working in partnership with the Good Things Foundation, Virgin Media O2, Vodaphone, and Three to help end data poverty for all of our customers.
We will ensure that our customers have access to data via the National Databank. The National Databank provides free mobile data, texts and calls to people in need – think of it like a ‘food bank’ but for internet connectivity data. SPS has access to this databank meaning we can provide data to the people who need it most.
To be eligible to receive data, customers must be aged 18 or over and be in a low-income household. Customers must also fit into 1 of the following categories:
- Have no or limited access to calls and the internet
- Have no or limited access to calls and the internet when away from home
- Cannot afford existing contracts or top-ups
The people being supported by the UK National Databank will have been cut off from the basic daily activities most people in our country take for granted. They are cut off from contacting loved ones, from job interviews, from finding essential health or other information online, and cut off from digitised public services. We believe that no-one should be left behind. The UK National Databank brings free mobile internet data connectivity to people who can’t afford it and who are often also experiencing multiple inequalities in today’s society and SPS Training are proud to be a part of this excellent initiative.
If you would benefit from this scheme or are working with individuals who would benefit, please complete the short form at the link below: