Unisa Students Will Get Free Data

Unisa announces that those students who are currently registered will get a major boost on data and connectivity ahead of the May/June 2020 examinations.

Unisa has announced that students who are currently registered for the 2020 academic year will receive free data so that they have better access to online learning as well as being able to take part in the May/June examination period. 

The institution has stated, "Students of the University of South Africa (Unisa) are set to get a major boost ahead of the Unisa May/June 2020 examinations".

All currently registered Unisa students will receive 30GB of data per month. This would be broken up into 10GB anytime and 20GB night time for a period of 2 months from mid-May to mid-July 2020.

This would enable students to complete their exams which was announced to be done thorugh electronic methods. Unisa has said, "These examinations start on 25 May 2020 and it is vital that students have access to sufficient data and connectivity to successfully complete their examinations."

To make this possible, Unisa has partnered with MTN and will be contributing R59,72 million to provide students with data. 

This data may be used for examinations, assessments, submissions, online contact with the university as well as preparations for the online examinations.   

To read the full statement from Unisa, click here. 

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