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Microsoft backs Windows 7 PC deal for Brits on benefits
Brits on benefits will be able to purchase a refurbished Windows 7 PC from as little as £24 if they sign up to a one-year broadband deal, thanks to a Microsoft-backed organisation supporting the UK's digital inclusion agenda.
Get Online @ Home, a UK organisation backed by Microsoft and several local IT partners, is offering Brits on a variety of benefits a low-cost PC and broadband bundle to lure more of the nation online.
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