Currys launches scheme to support digitally excluded customers

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Currys has launched a new initiative that offers deals on broadband and discounted refurbished devices to customers experiencing digital poverty.

In partnership with the Digital Poverty Alliance (DPA) and Computer Recyclers, the electricals retailer has introduced the “Get Online @ Home” broadband and discounted device scheme to offer help to 11 million people in the UK.

Research from Citizens Advice reveals that around 1 million homes have disconnected their broadband due to financial pressures in the past year.

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