uLesson is an ed-tech startup company in Nigeria. This company has been established in 2019 by Sim Shagaya. The startup uses SD cards as a low-bandwidth way to deliver content and sells digital curriculum to students through them.
The service costs an annual fee of $50, and the application has been downloaded more than 1 million times.
uLesson gets into a live, online platform instead of an offline, asynchronous content play. The startup is already experimenting with live tutoring: it tested a feature that allowed students to ask questions while going through pre-recorded material. The startup got more than 3,000 questions each day. For now, more than 11.4 million questions have been answered.