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Policy and Government

Offline and shut out

calendar18 May 2017

CAP’s latest briefing exposes the extent of digital exclusion amongst CAP clients. One in five (22%) do not have internet access at home or on a smartphone, more than twice the national average. In an increasingly digital landscape, being offline puts millions at a disadvantage in their day-to-day interactions with financial and essential public services. These findings show the continued importance of offline channels, and are extremely relevant in the context of Universal Credit roll-out, energy switching discussions and increasingly digital financial services.

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