How To Get Free Data As A Unisa Student
During the first half of May, Unisa announced it would be partnering with MTN in order to provide all students with free data for online learning. Unisa has now released steps that students have to follow to get the data.
The steps are as follows:
All currently registered Unisa students will receive 30GB of data per month. This will be broken up into 10GB anytime and 20GB night time for a period of 2 months from mid-May to mid-July 2020.
The current deal Unisa has with MTN is costing the university R59.72 million. Unisa chose to partner with MTN because it charged less than other service providers offering the same deal.
Unisa is aware that not all students may have multiple devices to insert the sim, but it believes that this deal is a step in the right direction as providing some form of internet access is better than none.
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