Leading broadband provider TalkTalk is teaming up with nationwide charity Age UK to encourage internet adoption among older people.
The internet service provider is set to host a number of easy-to-follow classes on the world wide web, geared toward encouraging techno-phobes to join the online revolution.
TalkTalk will run three hour-long sessions at its new Soho Customer Experience Centre on Monday September 20th, which will be open to both its subscribers and the general public.
Mark Schmid, Communications Director at the TalkTalk Group, said the lessons will cover the fundamentals of what the internet has to offer, such as sending emails, paying bills online, internet shopping, and using search engines such as Google.
"Who knows, you might even leave having started to trace your family tree," he commented.
"The sessions are very informal and there'll be tea and biscuits to help you concentrate. You don't need to bring anything."
Until the end of this month, TalkTalk is offering six months free on its Essentials calls and broadband package.