The City of Wolverhampton is committed to ensuring all its residents have access to the devices, connectivity and support to get online. The total number of people supported in Wolverhampton through all of our schemes to help people get online. See the latest figures of devices and data distributed and people supported to get online here:
A device loaning scheme, in partnership with our network of trusted partners including community voluntary sector organisations in Wolverhampton, we have been able to get devices and data out to the people who need them most. See the latest figures of devices and data distributed and people supported to get online here:
A device recycling scheme, Wolves Tech Aid repurposes donated tech equipment which is then distributed to children and families to eliminate the inequality of access to digital education across the city. See the number of devices recycled and redistributed here:
A device gifting scheme, part of the £4m Connected Services programme facilitated by the West Midlands Combined Authority to improve access to devices and connectivity to help disadvantaged communities to get online through gifting devices and connectivity to community organisations and residents. See the latest figures of devices and data distributed and people supported to get online here:
Wolverhampton is committed to supporting all residents to get online. The tools to get online and digital skills provide a crucial gateway to jobs, career progression, finding information for day to day living and inclusion.
Find online centres and free WiFi around the city on the map below.
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