Lyca Group has partnered with the Department of Education
Lycamobile has announced it has partnered with the Department of Education to deliver 20GB of free data per month to the nation’s students.
The partnership is part of a new data scheme programme in partnership with the Department of Education’s Get Help with Technology scheme.
Families that use Lycamobile can access 20GB of free extra data per month to support their children’s learning.
Customers on the Lycamobile network can apply to the scheme through the Get Help with Technology website.
Once an application has been made, eligible individuals who have been with the network for three months will receive an extra 20GB of data every month at no additional cost until the end of the school year.
Lyca Group founder and chairman Allirajah Subaskaran said: “As a parent, I understand how vital education is to children’s success and happiness.
“The pandemic has caused so many problems for families around the world, and we feel it is our duty to do what we can to support them.
“As such, I am proud to personally spearhead Lycamobile’s support programme in partnership with the U.K. Government.
“By ensuring that children have access to the connectivity and educational resources they need, we hope to lift some of the burden from struggling families across the country.”