A1 starts 'internet for everyone' initiative

Monday 13 October 2014 | 18:35 CET | News
Austria's A1 said that It will start an internet initiative called Internet fur Alle (internet for everyone). During the initiative, the company will go on an Austrian-wide tour and offer internet workshops for school children, parents, internet newcomers and elderly people, free of charge. The tour will take place on 20-24 October.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: A1
Countries: Austria
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