Internet widens for schools;In brief

19th February 1999 at 00:00
A FREE Internet service that aims to equip schools with more computers was launched this week. As pupils, parents and teachers use the service by calling a local-rate number, a portion of the call cost will be given to the service provider by BT. Internet company Voss Net, which is working with the charity Free Computers for Schools, will donate some of the profits so that schools can buy equipment.

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