We are dedicated to supporting the community in which we work and are pleased to support a variety of local initiatives that bring our local communities together, as well as fostering education in mobile phone technology.
eSafety - Digital ACE Guernsey 2017
Aspire Create Empower - Incorporating Safer Internet Day
Promote the safe and positive use of digital technology is an issue that's close to our hearts here at Airtel-Vodafone. We believe that online safety is important for the whole family, and that's why we're working with the education departments in both Guernsey and Jersey to provide parents, children and teachers with the knowledge they need to be able to use the internet safely.
This year we were proud to once again support the Digital ACE - Incorporating Safer Internet Day, in Guernsey.
Safer Internet Day is focused on helping to make the digital lives of our community safer and more secure. Organised by the Online Safety Committee for Guernsey Schools, Digital ACE offers practical support and advice to both adults and children from local cyber security and telecoms experts.
As well as a focus on digital safety, this event aims to inspire the digital minds of the future; children were offered the opportunity to learn more about digital careers, games design, drones, coding, virtual reality and robotics. Guernsey Careers were also on hand to give advice to those children looking forward to a career in the digital arena.
Overall the event was a huge success, providing the community with the knowledge and tools needed to enjoy their digital world, safely and securely.
What we do to keep you safe:
We have launched a blanket internet filter across our network which will blanket block all sites that contain illegal content. We also offer a free opt-in service for parents who wish to block sites with adult content on their children's phones.
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We work closely with Digital Jersey on various projects throughout the year. Around Christmas time we are involved in 'Santa's Tech Grotto' giving parents advice on all things mobile leading up to the festive season. The mobile world is constantly changing and we are committed to equipping our customers with the best tools and advice on safe and effective mobile use.
The Hub - Guernsey
In association with The Hub - Guernsey we recently helped launch a new initiative to help support young people with their online lives. The ‘Don’t Tag Me’ campaign is a one-of-a-kind promotion centred around a brand new wristband which is available for free to all young people in Guernsey who don't want to be tagged in Facebook posts. If you wear the band it tells your friends you don't want to be tagged. We are committed to playing our part in education and helping keep the island’s youngsters safe online.