MTN Zambia, along with Copperbelt, Mulungushi and the University of Zambia, have partnered together to offer free access to various e-learning platforms for students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr. Bart Hofker, Chief Executive Officer, MTN Zambia, said, and I quote, “As the Covid-19 pandemic lingers and affects the lives of people, MTN Zambia will do all it can to support its customers, who are fast adapting to homeschooling at this critical period. Just recently, we introduced E-Tutor App for young learners to access online lessons, including past questions since their exams are just around the corner.
“By accessing these e-learning platforms for free, our Zambian students will be able to catch up on their school work without worrying about data costs and be on their way to a brighter future. We are working on adding on more universities,” added Seun Soladoye, MTN Zambia Chief Marketing Officer.
Students from the various universities can access their multiple E-learning platforms free of charge. The only criteria are that one needs to have an active MTN SIM card and an internet-enabled device to access the free package.