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Author: Age NI
Published on 20 July 2012 12:30 PM

If you know of a community group which helps, or wants to help, people access the internet and improve their ICT skills, they could be eligible to receive 12 months' free broadband from BT.

Silver surfers, after school and youth clubs, even 'IT for the Terrified' groups have benefitted from an award in the past and are now encouraging even more people to get online.

Applying for an award is easy. Simply go to www.bt.com/communityconnections to access the online application form and read the full rules and guidance notes.

The closing date for applications is Friday 7th September at 5.30pm.

BT Community Connections supports a diverse range of community and charitable organisations across the UK and is part of BT's Get IT Together campaign: www.bt.com/getittogether

For more information please contact Anita Kelly, Citizens Online Project Co-ordinator, on 078 1857 3617 or anita.kelly@citizensonline.org.uk

For more information: Call Age NI Advice: 0808 808 7575