Get Online @ Home

get online at home
Computer Recyclers UK are very proud to support the Microsoft Digital Inclusion Initiative, Get Online @ Home, helping the nation get online, with affordable, no nonsense, warranted PCS & laptops.

Computer Recyclers offer packages for the blind and partially sighted too thanks to support from RNIB. These packages include the core Microsoft Software plus NVDA & IVONA screen reading software and home support from RNIB volunteers to help you get started. To see what Computer recyclers have available for you, please visit our online store or give us a call. Click here to shop now!

Please see case studies shown on the right, giving some examples of how Computer Recyclers UK support Digital inclusion. If you have a project you feel we could potentially support you with, then please contact sales@computerrecyclersuk.com and a representative will be in touch, or please give us a call.

 


Case Studies

Why Digital Inclusion?
Baroness Lane-Fox, who established Go ON UK and aims to make the UK the most digitally skilled nation in the world, says: “Affordable access to being online will transform the lives of everyone that hasn’t been able to get online before. With so much online now, from paying… >> Read more
DWP case study
Jane Hearnis a Job Centre Advisor in Aylesbury regularly uses Get Online @ Home to ensure her Job seekers have regular access to a computer and ability to get online in their own home… >> Read more
Blind and Partially Sighted Customers
RNIB collaborated with Computer Recyclers in 2013 to provide an affordable solution for blind and partially sighted people with no access to a computer at home…. >> Read more
Southway Housing Association
A fact finding mission via Twitter and various Housing Association websites in my I first started my role as Digital Inclusion project officer in July 2014… >> Read more
KCOM connects east Hull community.
KCOM was initially approached by Marfleet ward councillor and former Lord Mayor Sean Chaytor to install an IT suite at St Stephen’s Neighbourhood Centre as part of a plan to help local residents get online…. >> Read more