A new broadband provider is about to hit the market with a product that will revolutionise online child safety.
Spidermail offers a trailblazing new service that surpasses parental control systems, which are vulnerable to unscrupulous websites and easily bypassed by increasingly tech-savvy children.
Where this innovative new service differs is that the state-of-the-art filters are built into the internet service and are centrally administered by SpidermailÃ‚â€™s experts who constantly update the system 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Each family member is issued with a username and password upon signing up to Spidermail Broadband which they will use to access the internet.
This ensures your children will only have access to material that is appropriate for their age group.
But the service doesnÃ‚â€™t restrict all your children to the same level and a 16-year-old will have greater freedom to explore than a 12-year-old.
It’Ã‚â€™s not only safe, but fast too, with 8Mbps and unlimited content for Ã‚Â£24.99 a month, including a free laptop with the 24 month contract.
Shahrokh Nikkhah, Chairman and CEO of Spidermail, said, “It is not easy for parents and teachers to ensure their children are unable to see inappropriate content online.
“Ã‚â€œBut at the same time they want them to be able to take advantage of the incredible educational and entertainment options the internet provides.
“Ã‚â€œSpidermail offers a unique service that protects children at the very front line of the internet while allowing them to explore and grow online.
“Ã‚â€œWe have had great feedback so far – everyone who uses us loves us.Ã‚â€”
The company has already rolled their service out in schools across the West Midlands and Leicestershire and is set to add more throughout the region.