Airtel Uganda has officially renewed its partnership with ISBAT University where it will offer heavily discounted internet rates to students. This will therefore enable the students to have access to the University’s Hybrid Blended learning platform.
Allan Semakula, the Enterprise Director emphasized Airtel’s focus on ensuring they provide the best business solutions to their partners. In addition, to enable their businesses continue to deliver on their objectives and targets even in tough times.
“Airtel Uganda has renewed its partnership with ISBAT University offering heavily discounted internet rates to enable the students to access the University Hybrid Blended learning platform.
Speaking at the event, the Enterprise Director, Allan Semakula emphasized Airtel’s focus on ensuring we provide the best business solutions to enable our partners and businesses alike to continue to deliver on all their objectives and targets even in this tough time while observing the set Covid-19 guidelines and SOPs.
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This partnership which was launched in June this year ensures students have access to all their learning material and exams while at home and they are able to achieve the required academic progression for their various courses,” Airtel Uganda posted.