Inclusive technology

Creating new skills, forging new connections and inspiring new talent

Developing digital skills

We’ve already helped 10 million people develop their digital skills, and we’re not done there. By 2026, we aim to help 25 million people improve their tech knowledge.

Help and advice for parents

EE PhoneSmart

Our free online licence gives youngsters the tools and confidence to use their phone safely and responsibly, and help them stay safe and be kind online.

Internet Matters

We’re founding members of Internet Matters, an online child safety organisation. They have lots of free guides and advice on apps, online issues and more.

Online safety

Manage your child’s phone with our Set Up Safe service. Block adult content, set spending caps, and stop them adding extra charges to the bill.

Supporting jobseekers

Giving people the digital skills to land the job they want


Getting work-ready

Over 3,400 18 to 30-year-olds have completed the Work Ready training programme, from our friends at BT. Whatever your ambition, there’s a wealth of online resources available to help you achieve your career goals.


Movement to Work

We’re a founding partner of Movement to Work, a group of UK employers committed to tackling youth unemployment. Through training and work experience, Movement to Work helps thousands of young people find success.

Other ways we’re helping

Supporting careers

We work with schools and local communities to help pupils who are thinking about a role in the digital workforce.

Staying safe online

We have a wealth of help and advice about online safety and security, from avoiding scams to keeping your data private.

Supporting good causes

With our charity partner Home-Start UK, we're helping families improve their digital skills and open up volunteering opportunities for our staff.

COVID-19 support

We supported communities and our charity partners throughout the pandemic, with devices, connections, vital funding and digital skills training.


All our full-time employees can spend three days a year volunteering during paid working hours, with a focus on opportunities that help develop digital skills.

And in 2020 we launched Care Home Companion, connecting colleagues with care home residents for regular phone conversations to help combat loneliness.