The world keeps diving deeper and deeper into technology, almost every aspect of our daily lives is online, from buying to selling to learning. The COVID 19 pandemic intensified our online presence especially for students. Electronic Learning, popularly known as E-learning became the new normal among schools all around the globe.
Most universities made great use of their virtual classrooms while other took it as an opportunity to create their own virtual schools. But like every other thing, there was and still is a downside to learning online, that is the issue of constantly buying internet bundles, this put a great strain on the finances of students until Vodafone Ghana came along.
Vodafone Ghana, a telecommunication network provider came up with the Vodafone Digi Learn which offers a more convenient and budget-free access to virtual classrooms.
You can access your educational platforms and eLearning websites with unlimited offers from Vodafone. For just GHS 10 monthly, you can easily access these websites. Simply dial *700# or *5959# (for tertiary institutions) to subscribe to the unlimited Digi-Learn offer.
There are about 40 tertiary institutions in Ghana who have signed off on this agreement with Vodafone Ghana and students belonging to these schools can go ahead and study for free.
Any educational institution interested in signing off on the Vodafone Digi learn can send their enquiries via [email protected]
By: Obed Wiafe
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