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Mental health is just like physical health: everybody has it and it’s important to take care of it. We all need to check in on our mental wellbeing from time to time, whether we have mental ill health or not.
Hey Everyone, Step this way for your Christmas Avatars. Yes it’s that time of year again, so to spread the Christmas cheer we’ve assembled an array of festive avatars to brighten up your posts. We’d love you to check them out, tell us what you think and recommend your favorite.
Love it or hate it, shopping is something we all need to do. Thanks to advancements in technology, there are more ways than ever to do it; on an app, in-store collection, click and collect, using Amazon storage lockers, and with real-time delivery updates
The Internet is an exciting place, full of possibilities. But it has its risks, too. At TalkTalk we’ve always been passionate about online security, including how to help keep children safe online. Recently concerns have grown around the amount of screen time children have, and its impact on them.
The beautiful game continues to be part of this country’s DNA and TalkTalk is delighted to announce its first move into this exciting world by sponsoring Salford City FC.
Technology is a part of everyday life and many of us use multiple devices in our homes, often at the same time, which can cause slow speeds, buffering and reduced reliability – frustrating!
TalkTalk has recently looked at the relationship between loneliness and technology in teenagers, exploring if and how technology should be seen as a source, symptom or solution to tackling this growing issue.
This Easter weekend TalkTalk is encouraging families to spend more time together and take part in a nationwide movie Easter Egg hunt. If you’re wondering what that is then you’re not alone, as new research from TalkTalk TV has found that 65% of parents don’t know what a movie Easter Egg is. A movie Easter egg is a visual nod to a previous character or film cleverly hidden in a scene - and big budget films are often littered with them. For example, you may have found yourself watching Frozen for 10th time, but have you ever spotted Rapunzel roaming the streets of Arendelle?