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O2 scraps data charges for mental health and financial support websites

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

O2 is dropping data charges for mental health and financial support sites
O2 is temporarily allowing customers to access more than 20 support websites without using any of their existing data allowance amid concerns for mental health during the coronavirus lockdown.
A total of 22 sites offering mental health and emotional support, financial advice, assistance for elderly and disabled people and bereavement support have been given a zero rating.
It comes after all UK network providers pledged no data charges for accessing NHS Covid-19 advice online.
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