Help Them Digitally
Help someone you know get access to free mobile data or learn beginner digital skills. Find free local support near you.
There are thousands of local places to access free support and get online
Not everyone can afford or knows how to use the internet or technology. Did you know there are thousands of places across the UK that people can go and access free support to get online?
These places are part of Good Things Foundation’s National Digital Inclusion Network. They deliver a range of free local services that help people access or learn how to use the internet close to home.
If you or someone you know needs help accessing the internet or learning new skills to use it, check out our free support services below to get free mobile data and beginner digital skills courses.
Free mobile data
Need help to access affordable internet? Get free mobile data from a nearby National Databank. The National Databank is our free service that provides mobile SIM cards for people who may be struggling to afford their own.
Free beginner digital skills learning
Need help to learn beginner digital skills? Having basic digital skills is pretty much now an essential for everyday life - from knowing how to use smartphones to staying safe online. We run Learn My Way, a free online website that has over 100 beginner topics covering these essential digital skills. Learn My Way is free to use, and can either be used independently or through local support.
Want to find out more about the digital divide?
We’re working to fix the digital divide so that everyone has the internet access they need, everyone have somewhere local to go for help to use the internet, and everyone feels able and safe in the online world. Through our National Digital Inclusion Network, National Databank and National Device Bank – we’re here to help make that happen.