MTN Uganda stumbles upon itself trying to show some love to Ugandan parents during this time of Corona. Starting by waiving MTN’s transaction fees to MTN Momo subscribers, MTN is doing more in the fight against the spread of the Coronavirus Covid19.
The telephone company has zero-rated a bunch of educational websites to help parents home-school their children. These educational websites target preschool and elementary school children based on content.
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According to our reading, the content is mostly made up of fun educational games, stories and videos that will keep your kids entertained and occupied. Congratulations to MTN Uganda for their helping hand. We know how much of a handful hyperactive children can be, especially when they’re locked up at home.
The following zero-rated educational websites are accessible even without an active Internet connection on the MTN network:
For more advanced education and especially in line with the Ugandan curriculum, look no further than our list of useful Ugandan e-learning platforms. This list contains reviewable content from elementary through high school and college as well. By the way, Airtel Uganda has taxed Uganda review, a platform with scientific mock exams.
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