From Wednesday, April 8, 2020, access to websites used by the Ministry of Education for distance education will be free for use via mobile phones.
According to an announcement by the Ministry of Education and Religions, access to digital platforms used for distance education in schools will be made through mobile networks, without data charge (zerorating). The zero charge will be valid from Wednesday, April 8, after the cooperation of the Minister of Education, Nikis Kerameos, the Minister of State and Digital Governance, Kyriakos Pierrakakis, the Deputy Minister of Education and Religions, Sofia Zafarakis of the country, and Wind.
We read from announcement of the Ministry:
The huge project of distance education for the students of our country is carried out through the fixed broadband connections that are commercially available for every household, with coverage that according to the data of the National Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT) exceeds 99% throughout the Territory. .
In an effort to maximize the technological options available to all citizens in the current circumstances, the mobile phone companies responded to the initiative of the competent Ministries and granted free access to the following websites used by the Ministry of Education and Religions. distance education in schools: