Get online

If you don't have a computer or device there are schemes and organisations that might be able to help you to access digital technology.

Online Centres Network

The Online Centres Network is made up of thousands of grassroots organisations, all working to tackle digital and social exclusion by providing people with the skills and confidence they need to access digital technology.

You can search the network to find a place near you where you can access technology.

Organisations can join the network to provide a welcoming space for your community members, a supportive learning experience and/or access to the internet for learners.

Visit the Online Centres Network for more information.

Grants for computers

You could be eligible for a free computer or discount from government or charity schemes that help low-income families, or people with disabilities.

Visit the Choose comparison website for more information on the available grants and schemes.

Get online @ home

Get online at home is an initiative run by Computer Recyclers UK who provide low cost refurbished computers to help people get an affordable and internet ready computer.

Visit the get online @ home website for more information.

Bulky Bob's refurbished computer sales

Bulky Bob's has a range of computers available to schools, colleges and charitable organisations.

Visit Bulky Bob's refurbished computer sales for more information.