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Phone and broadband provider TalkTalk is urging more older people to get online by supporting a range of initiatives.

In a new post on its official blog, the company has revealed how it supported Silver Surfers' Day on Friday (May 21st), as well as backing digital inclusion schemes including Race Online 2012 and Pass IT On.

According to Tristia Clarke, commercial director of TalkTalk, those without access to the internet are missing out in a number of ways, particularly through the savings available by paying bills and shopping online.

She added: "As the world becomes increasingly digital, and online technology becomes more and more important in our everyday lives, it's crucial that no section of society is left behind."

Details of TalkTalk's support for the inclusion schemes have come after the company added new videos to its YouTube channel in an effort to help consumers solve a range of problems.

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