Ethio telecom opened centres for the teaching of digital literacy across 66 high schools across the country. The Digital Learning Centres, collectively, host over a thousand desktop computers and equipment as well as broadband internet access for the schools where they have been set up. The Centres have cost the telecom operator over 45 million Br. Close to 150,000 students are expected to benefit from the centres. The investment is part of Ethio telecom’s corporate social responsibility outreach. The company has been on move lately, anticipating strong competition from Safaricom Ethiopia, the only competition it would have in over a century of existence. Last month, it launched 5G network, currently available in Addis Abeba.
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