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Airtel rolls out free internet for Kenyan students

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Airtel Kenya has introduced free internet to Kenyan students currently at home to assist them through learning.

Through a partnership with Longhorn publishers, Airtel will provide free internet to enable students currently at home to access digital notes.

The initiative by the telecom company is part of a project meant to impact students positively without causing disruptions in their education.

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They admitted to have noted that many students are having a hard time to access some learning materials and staying positive at home.

Its is because of that they have embarked on ways of getting some those websites directly to the students.

“Study from home without any worry! Get FREE access to the Longhorn publishers E-Learning platform only on Airtel!”

The offers will continue until when schools reopens with the students having the opportunity to not only read but also revise.

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