Much speak of digital inclusion flies around training people to use stuff.
If people havent got stuff, and net access theres really little point to that.
Whats needed is a social utility, part of infrastructure.
How simple is , for instance ...
Wifi to estates / let property as PART of the portfolio of provided services, an outcome//benefit/service associated to and run by the landlords?
If landlords provide the wifi by whatever means, tenants wont be spending money on broadband instead of rent when things get tough.
(thats for those who can actually GET contracts, lots cant)
It then removes one obstacle to digital inclusion that is rarely spoken of.
One simple investment infrastructure that effectively enhances contact and engagement with tenants. With the wider social benefit of one hole in digital inclusion being filled.
Wider, working with councils to provide to all?
What do you think? Ubiquetous Wifi?