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Cell C, MTN, Vodacom zero-rate university website access

Thursday 20 October 2016 | 08:55 CET | News
South African operators Cell C, Vodacom and MTN said they will offer students from universities across the country free access to university websites in a bid to assist them to access course material necessary to complete the year.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cell C / MTN / Vodacom
Countries: South Africa
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