Charity and T-Mobile Teams up to give Broadband to School

Leading mobile broadband provider operating in the United Kingdom, T-Mobile has reportedly teamed up with a national charity with a view to provide the school pupils in Warrington with broadband internet services.

This has been revealed by the mobile broadband supplier that has been in the news for some time now for its merging operations with Orange, another mobile broadband giant in the United Kingdom. According to the mobile broadband ISP, it was working with e-Learning Foundation to enhance broadband internet services for the Cheshire school pupils.

It has also been reported that the pair were working as a team to ensure the opportunity of enjoying internet access, to the students at Warrington’s Alderman Bolton Primary School.

Meanwhile, the technology website PublicTechnology reported that a mobile broadband trial scheme trial was being carried out in the area, according to which those people without a home internet connection would be provided with mobile broadband dongles of the UK ISP.

According to T-Mobile’s national public sector manager for sales, Stuart Taylor, the mobile broadband provider could help reach the benefits of access to broadband internet to all students regardless of their social or economic situation. He added that the ISP also enabled students to enjoy internet access, which could be used in an array of situations and locations via the mobile broadband high speed service.

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