Tibboh launches child friendly broadband services

Friday, April 23rd 2010

Tibboh launched a new child friendly mobile broadband service to keep youngsters safe online. The network of the education technology firm boosts a filtration system, accredited by British Board of Flim Classification which  allows children to access content that are age appropriate. The 3G service which is available for £19.99  a month, features access to CEOPS button. This special button lets the user to inform any abuse they suffer while using the net.

The launch of the new mobile broadband service marks the internet for the coming age said Martin Large, the chief Executive officer of Tibboh. He added that the functionality of Tibboh might become a standard feature incase the internet was constructed today. Mr. Martin Large predicts that in few years time, none of the people will dream to give their kids an unfettered access to internet. Figures published at the end of last year by TalkTalk explains, one out of four children believe that their parents has got no idea to what they will end up with while browsing the web.


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