Cubas first nationwide mobile Internet service will offer four packages

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 Cubas first nationwide mobile Internet service will offer four packages


Mela Arevich, president of Cuba Telecom, said that from June 6, Cuba Telecom will send prompts for mobile Internet service to mobile phone users in turn, and users can use mobile phones to access the Internet after receiving the information.

It is reported that Cuba Telecom offers four 30-day data packages, of which the cheapest is about $7,600 MB and the most expensive is about $30,4GB. Users can also opt out of packages and pay for Internet access based on traffic. Cuba Telecom said it would gradually reduce the cost of mobile Internet access from next year.

At the end of 2017, Cuban Telecom launched its first mobile Internet service, but mainly for some Cuban official media journalists, foreign enterprises, embassies and other specific users. From August to September 2018, Cuba Telecom conducted three national free mobile Internet tests for the launch of the mobile Internet service. In recent years, the Cuban government has actively carried out Internet construction. At present, the Cuban people access the Internet mainly through about 1800 public wireless network hotspots and Internet cafes throughout the country, and about 60,000 families have access to Internet services at home. Cubas communications minister, Jorge Louis Perdomo, said Internet penetration in Cuba had risen to nearly 39% in the past two years, with more than 5.9 million Cubans using the Internet last year. Cuba will continue to promote Internet services, expand mobile coverage and bandwidth coverage, and actively invest in the construction of 4G networks. Source: Xinhua responsible editor: Ji Xueying_NN6784

At the end of 2017, Cuban Telecom launched its first mobile Internet service, but mainly for some Cuban official media journalists, foreign enterprises, embassies and other specific users. From August to September 2018, Cuba Telecom conducted three national free mobile Internet tests for the launch of the mobile Internet service.

In recent years, the Cuban government has actively carried out Internet construction. At present, the Cuban people access the Internet mainly through about 1800 public wireless network hotspots and Internet cafes throughout the country, and about 60,000 families have access to Internet services at home.

Cubas communications minister, Jorge Louis Perdomo, said Internet penetration in Cuba had risen to nearly 39% in the past two years, with more than 5.9 million Cubans using the Internet last year. Cuba will continue to promote Internet services, expand mobile coverage and bandwidth coverage, and actively invest in the construction of 4G networks.