Jan 19, 2021
Mobile networks to make Oak lessons site data-free
Mobile networks are to make online education resource Oak National Academy free to access until schools reopen. "The telecoms firms are now really stepping up, and thanks to them, universal access could be a reality," said Matt Hood, principal of Oak National Academy. The telecoms firms have yet to confirm exactly when the free data access will begin, with the exception of BT which said it would be by the end of January. "Our inclusive support package means families that need it most can get help to keep learning, with unlimited data, free access to our five million WiFi hotspots and now free access to the two most popular educational resources," said Marc Allera, chief executive of BT's consumer division. The firm has also offered support to 10,000 families in England with vouchers for internet access, which will be distributed by the Department for Education.
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