Two of the key areas that it focuses its attention on are Health & Wellbeing and Education & Employability.
As both access to health services and access to educational resources have increasingly become an “on line” only option, having an internet connection at home has moved rapidly from being a “nice to have,” to an essential resource.
For many families on lower or uncertain incomes however, cost and long-term contract has proved an insurmountable barrier, a problem brought into sharp focus by the various Covid-19 restrictions.
6G Internet has always adopted the principle of “internet for all” and has committed to make up to 20% of its network available free of charge.
Linking with IMO is therefore a natural fit.
IMO Chief Executive, Stephen Jones said,
“Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the prevalence of digital exclusion within our communities, especially amongst vulnerable groups. So, being able to work with “6G Internet” to identify and secure free internet access and keep them connected has been invaluable to the families we are supporting through this crisis.”
6G Internet are delighted to be working with IMO and will continue to do so to achieve the shared aim of ensuring that the internet is a resource for all.