Zoom to offer free internet access to students

– Zoom, the Arcadia Group and The Daily Mail owned free internet service provider, has joined forces with Hobsons to offer free internet access to school and university students.

– Zoom, the Arcadia Group and The Daily Mail owned free internet service provider, has joined forces with Hobsons to offer free internet access to school and university students.

The partnership will provide: free internet access to all students along with educational and careers orientated content based on national curriculum requirements and Hobsons's renowned content base.

The deal will see the cover mounting Zoom CD ROM's on around three million Hobsons's products.

Zoom will sponsor a new Hobsons publication - The Homework Helper - set for publication in early October and to be distributed to 1.3 million students.





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