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The 1 Generous Thing Mobile Providers Could Do To Help Kids All Over The World (English subtitles)

The 1 Generous Thing Mobile Providers Could Do To Help Kids All Over The World (English subtitles)


hi this is the laser which me and my classmates my classmate wrote to access the Wikipedia for free it goes as follows open letter to salty empty and further calm and a time we are learners in great off at selenium high school Joe Slovo Park unit in kept out we recently have that in some other African countries like Kenya and Uganda cell phone providers are offering they are customers free access to Wikipedia we think this is a wonderful idea and would really like to encourage you also to make the same offer here in South Africa our school does not have a library ninety percent of us have cell phones but it is expensive for us to buy airtime so if we could get free access to Wikipedia it will make a huge difference to us normally when we do research Wikipedia is one of the best site and there is information on just about every topic the thing of the boost that it will give us as students and to the whole education system of South Africa our education system needs help and having access to Wikipedia would make a very positive difference thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you and Louis thank you thank you

13 thoughts on “The 1 Generous Thing Mobile Providers Could Do To Help Kids All Over The World (English subtitles)”

  1. I would add my name to the letter.. But, I DON'T HAVE A FACEBOOK account, and I don't ever pretend to have one.. Still, great idea..

  2. Check out, for example, the Coca-Cola article, i hope the info of what it contains or the effects it produces to our bodies isnt changed by the company itself, cause in the end, all the information wikipedia has is true… isnt it? jimmy? :)….

  3. Hey guys,

    Just as a side note and not distract from this awesome initiative but Mxit has the app on Mxit. It can be found on the Apps contact. And Mxit is free on Cell C as well 😉

    Something to help educate while you wait. Best of luck with the initiative.

  4. when it said all kid around the world why show only african kids and not al around the world. dont get me wrong but am African too

  5. Great move by this kids, I also feel sorry when I have to charge school kids aat my internet Cafe. if you would like to at petition click here change dot org/petitions/the-1-generous-thing-mobile-providers-could-do-to-help-kids-all-over-the-world

  6. Hi,
    As a Cape Town based science, maths and computers teacher, (with a degree) I have looked up a large number of topics on Wikipedia, and have never had an issue. Some of the articles are beyond high-school kids, but the science I have checked is pretty solid.
    I think this access would be a great thing.

  7. this is really a great idea. I use wikipedia constantly, even if my school seems sufficient, because it is so informative, written really well, and has a ton of info. I spend hours reading absolutely random stuff. And that wikipedia is not valid is extremely exaggerated. Wikipedia writes information incredibly neutrally, no bias at all, and has everything. The stuff that's wrong on it is almost always completely obvious.

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