TalkTalk to promote online safety in five cities

Wednesday, February 6th 2013
Next week, TalkTalk will visit five cities to raise awareness of online safety.
TalkTalk to promote online safety in five cities
TalkTalk is set to hit the road next week to promote the importance of internet safety to home broadband customers.

The internet service provider will visit five cities across the country to raise awareness of the matter in the wake of Tuesday's (February 5th 2013) Safer Internet Day.

BrightSparks engineers will be on hand at the events to answer any questions on online safety and give valuable tips about how customers and their children can protect themselves while browsing the web.

In addition, the company will hand out leaflets on safe internet usage and give away free trials of its Super Safe Boost security software.

TalkTalk also offers its own network-level online safety product, HomeSafe, which has so far been activated by approximately 730,000 customers.

"As one of the UK's leading broadband providers, we feel that we have a responsibility to help protect children online," explained TalkTalk's executive commercial director Tristia Clarke.

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