Cuba: Government to offer Wi-Fi at public spaces
June 19 , 2015
Cuba will offer Wi-Fi for the first time at 35 public spaces. So far, most Cubans access the internet through desktop machines in government-owned net parlors.
The government is also slashing the surfing charge to $2 per hour from the existing $4.50, according to the spokesperson for the state-run telecommunications firm Etecsa.
The communist country has one of the lowest rates of net usage in the world, according to UN data.