Data SIMs can be a convenient and affordable option for students of Kumasi Technical University who need to stay connected to the internet while on campus. Data SIMs allow students to connect to the internet through a mobile network, rather than relying on a traditional Wi-Fi connection. This means that students can access the internet from their dorm rooms, the library, or even outside on the quad, without having to be in a specific location with a Wi-Fi connection.

Data SIMs are often more affordable than traditional Wi-Fi plans, and many mobile network providers offer data-only plans specifically designed for students. These plans can be significantly cheaper than traditional broadband plans, making them a cost-effective option for students on a tight budget.

While there may be some limitations and challenges to using a data SIM on campus, the convenience and cost savings offered by data SIMs make them an attractive option for many students at Kumasi Technical University.

This survey seeks to understand from the student perspective which Mobile network provider should the school offer. Your participation in this will be very beneficial at the long run.

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