Research carried out by EE has revealed that two thirds of people aged over 65 said that they consider “the internet and computers to be the most revolutionary inventions of their lifetime”, beating TV, radio and nuclear power.
However, despite this, half of this age group do not feel confident with their online skills.
In an attempt to help those unfamiliar with technology boost their confidence, EE is holding National Techy Tea Party Day in partnership with the Royal Voluntary Service.
On September 8th, more than 500 EE stores across the UK will host a Techy Tea Party from 9.30am to 11am.
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