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Online learning resources that Airtel Kenya customers can access with free data

Around mid of May this year, Airtel announced a partnership with UNICEF that would allow customers to access various learning resources with a free data pass. This came as various institutions halted school-based activities instead turning to e-learning option. As of now, Airtel customers can still access several resources without having to buy data bundles. This includes popular platforms such as coursera, alison and edex.

In the partnership, both organizations were aiming at empowering learners with free access to remote learning resources that would somehow mitigate the effects we’re currently facing brought by the novel corona virus. With access to various materials online, Kenyans have turned to furnishing their knowledge by pursuing various online based causes such as programming which is available on various platforms such as those mentioned above.

How to access learning resources without data bundles on Airtel network

  • All you need to do is enable data mode on your phone
  • Then open the respective apps or link

Learning links that you can access without data bundle

No.Free Data Access WebsiteWebsite Link
1ABC Mousewww.abcmouse.com
2African Story bookhttps://africanstorybook.org
3Global Digital Libraryhttps://www.digitallibrary.io/
4Reading IQwww.readingiq.com
5Story weaverhttps://storyweaver.org.in/
6Adventure Academywww.adventureacademy.com
11Khan Academywww.khanacademy.org
21Internet of Good Things1www.internetofgoodthings.org


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