Ad-free social network aims to bring social element to charity

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Founder of Wikipedia and phone provider The People’s Operator Jimmy Wales has launched a new social network, dedicated to helping people talk about and connect with charities and causes.

The TPO Community is an ad-free social platform that offers users a simple way to donate online and is completely free to use. The site is supported by TPO’s mobile service, where customers direct 10% of their monthly mobile bill to a cause of their choice, at no extra cost to them.

TPO is a mobile virtual network operator which uses EE’s network in the UK, and has just launched in the US.

Wales is optimistic about the potential of the TPO Community. He said: “We wanted to provide a way for people to connect with both their friends and the causes they care about in an ad-free social space that works for them.”

“The TPO Community brings these together so that members can learn more about causes, follow them, donate and share their support with their friends.”

The launch of the TPO Community comes following figures which showed that more than half of UK consumers give to charity regularly.

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