The internet is like a magician’s hat. It's full of exciting things to explore and children love it. But whilst they seem to know what they’re doing, sometimes it’s hard for parents to keep track.
That's where we come in. With O2, we’ll help you keep children safe online.
We’ve got lots of tips and advice. We’re also running workshops to help you have the right conversations with your children. And we’ve even got a free helpline to give you personal advice whenever you need it.
So whatever's in that magician's hat, we'll help you make sure your children are safe as they explore it.
What you need to know
Being Share Aware
Children are told it's good to share, but sharing too much online can be dangerous. Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.
Keeping your child safe online
If you’re worried about what your child is searching for online, who they’re talking to or what they’re seeing, we can help.
Minecraft safety advice
Minecraft is one of the most popular games, but it can be hard to know how to keep children safe while they play. Learn the risks of Minecraft so you can keep children safe.
How to talk to children about online safety
How to start the conversation, and what to do if you're worried.
Staying up to date with the latest apps and games
Net Aware keeps you up-to-date, with simple advice on what's new in social networking. We review privacy settings, suitable ages and appropriate content for over 50 sites.
Ways you can get help
Talk to someone about online safety
If you have a question or need support and advice about keeping your children safe online, experts from the free O2 & NSPCC helpline are here to help.
Get help from an O2 Guru
Anyone can get free online safety advice from O2’s friendly experts in-person at an O2 store. They can help you set up parental controls, or teach you how to make a phone safe for a child.
Our free online safety workshops have helped thousands of parents to start having conversations with their children about staying safe online.
So far we've successfully run workshops in schools, communities and workplaces across the UK. And we want to reach even more parents.
If you're a school and interested in hosting a workshop for parents, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if they're available in your local area.
If you're a community group or local business, please email email@example.com to find out if they're available in your area.