Social enterprise donates tablets and smartphones to help vulnerable families go online and access vital services.
HUNDREDS of vulnerable Highlanders are to be given web connections and devices to help them access vital services and stay connected.
Some 230 smartphones, tablet computers and Chromebooks have been donated to families in remote parts of Scotland – helping more than 500 people.
And they have also been handed a combined 17,250 GB of data to help get communities online.
The technology was handed out by the not-for-profit social enterprise The Libertie Project.