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Google-backed edtech firm Cuemath bets on free math courses to add users

Its premium curriculum, which normally costs $299 a year, will be free for subscribers who invite two new users

Google-backed edtech firm Cuemath bets on free math courses to add users
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Saritha Rai | Bloomberg
Cuemath, an online math-course provider backed by Google parent Alphabet Inc., is making much of its content free for a year to fend off rivals in India’s competitive education-tech market and help fight inequalities in learning.

Its premium curriculum, which normally costs $299 a year, will be free for subscribers who invite two new users. The basic curriculum, with limited access to learning materials, will remain free of charge. The company also offers programs consisting of live sessions with tutors, starting at $16 a class.

Cuemath is up against dozens of startups -- including giant Byju’s -- that offer online

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First Published: Sep 07 2021 | 2:17 PM IST

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