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A new child-friendly mobile broadband service has been launched by Tibboh to keep youngsters safe online.

The education technology firm's network features a filtration system accredited by the British Board of Film Classification that ensures children only access content that is age-appropriate.

Available for £19.99 a month, the 3G service also features access to the CEOPS button, which allows users to report any abuse they suffer while online.

Martin Large, Chief Executive Officer of Tibboh, said the launch of the new mobile broadband service "marks the internet's coming of age".

He added: "If the internet were built today, Tibboh's functionality would be a standard feature. I predict that in a couple of years' time, no one will dream of giving their children unfettered access to the internet."

According to figures published by TalkTalk at the end of last year, one in four children believes their parents have no idea what they get up to while surfing the web.

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