E-learning: Some of the best ISPs and internet plans to get you started.

If we must talk of the future and not talk about e-learning, then we are as good as ill forecasters. We are not certain of the times ahead in a post covid19 world but what is certain is that online classes are here to stay.

Read about: Makerere e-learning: University staff to receive training on how to use online platforms

A flip of the class board to our desktops or phone screens comes with another extra bill to foot. To stay online, we ought to fuel our gadgets with data packages and therefore cheap is the ultimate.

Mobile Vs Fixed ISPs

Mobile internet service providers are battling it off with fixed service providers.

Mobile ISPs use a wireless technology that lets the user connect a mobile device such as smartphone or tablet to a broadband internet connection wirelessly through a mobile phone network. Mobile ISPs depend on cell towers to transfer data to your device.

Fixed ISPs provide internet in fixed places such as home and work spaces and devices usually have utility electrical power.

Mobile ISPs include Airtel, MTN, Lyca Mobile, Africell and Uganda telecom while Fixed ISPs include Rokespot and Liquid telecom.

The best internet plans form Mobile ISPs

Africells’ bigi bundo.

Africell’s bigi bundo is one of the best data plans to look out for as you prepare for your online class. The bigi bundo comes with 2.5GB of data at 2000Ug.shillings and 4GB data at 4000Ug.shillings on Wednesday and Friday respectively.

credit: AfricellUg


Read about: Airtel Chillax bundles vs MTN freedom bundles

The work from home bundle offers 1gb at two thousand running from 9am to 5pm while the gaga bundle offers 2gb and 5gb at two thousand and four thousand respectively running from midnight to 10am.

Lycamobile is one of the favorites to pick from offering a monthly package of 15gb for as low as fifteen thousand shillings.

Airtel Uganda also offers a daily work from home package and a weekend freaky bundle each Friday that you wouldn’t want to miss.

Read about: Ministry of Education to encourage e-learning in Uganda with brand new efforts

Read about: https://observer.ug/education/65533-ministry-of-education-okays-online-learning-for-universities

Stay on top - Get the daily news in your inbox