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Helping everyone to get online

DigitAll Westminster

In our ever advancing digital world, we know there are people in Westminster who want to connect with others, but struggle to. It includes Adi, a pensioner eager to video chat with family abroad. Sara, a single parent who is job hunting and navigating essential services online. And young Sam, a child eager to join his friends in accessing fun maths and other games online. Digital inclusion is part of our Fairer Westminster vision, we want every person to have the right digital tools and skills they need to thrive.

I need to improve my IT confidence

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I need help with finding an affordable connection

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  • Join our waiting list for a 6-month free SIM card to help you access the internet on your mobile through our partnership with the National Databank, in collaboration with VM02 and Three Mobile UK. Please note, availability is limited, and each SIM lasts for 6-months. 
  • Explore cheaper broadband offers available to customers on certain benefits. Offers are updated regularly by OFCOM. Please note, you can check the provider's website for more information about coverage or use OFCOM’s broadband coverage checker before committing to a plan.

I need help getting a laptop, tablet or PC to get online

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  • Join our waiting list for a laptop or tablet PC, potentially sourced from a batch of refurbished or recycled devices meeting minimum standards. Please note, it may not be possible to tailor to general needs, and we cannot guarantee a device due to high demand. 

Donate your old laptop, tablet or phone

Corporate laptop recycling drive

Are you considering upgrading or disposing of your corporate IT equipment, including laptops, mobile phones, and tablet PCs? Explore new avenues for your company to make a positive impact on both the environment and society with our recommended partner, by donating to the National Device Bank.

Resident phone and laptop donations

Local people can donate laptops directly through the Digital Poverty Alliance by completing their form. Your donations ensure that usable electronics are kept out of landfills, benefiting both our community and the environment.

Local community groups

You can sign up to the Good Things Foundation network and become a community-led digital inclusion hub. This helps you unlock opportunities for resources such as SIM cards and devices directly for your beneficiaries, and more. With more hubs established locally, we can significantly scale up our digital inclusion efforts in Westminster.