Cuban will have access to a 3G mobile service for the first time since Thursday, announces the state monopoly of telecommunications in Cuba, Etecsa, which provides four data packs.
Etecsa's directors tell in a program of state television that consumers of that company count on telephone device or cell phone device that supports 3G technology pbe able to hire this new service to the Cubans need to be long.
As he explained vice president Etecsa, Tania Velazquez, its telephone company will send personal information to customers with the offer of the four packs available to access the service.
The level officer explained the new mobile data service that wants to copy it 600 megabits (MB) download speed there will be a monthly cost 7 convertible pesos (CUC, equivalent to 7 dollars).
On average, Cubans earn a little more than $ 20 a month.
In a case of access Free internet connection with 1 gigabit (GB) will cost 10 pounds (10 dollars), if it is 2.5 GB will be up to 20 CUC (20 dollars) and who is choosing to & # 39; get the largest package, 4 GB, you must pay 30 CUC (30 dollars).
Velázquez said that each folder would contain a A bonus of over 300 MB for using national content and he explained that E-mail Module for 50 MB at a cost of 1 CUC (1 fold) for each connection time.
Process to enable the service to be from the next Thursday 6 and begins with numbers to & # 39; Moving mobile packaging with numbers 52 and 53, an Day 7 will be added to what starts with 56 and 57 and itl Saturday 8 will continue with the starting number 58, in accordance with the guidance.
The Cuban state-owned owner made two free free of charge of the mobile phone service service in August and September to evaluate its capacity and be in place before the service of this communications technology begins finally.
But in these tests there were difficulties in the high link and density of the voice and the data due to inequality in elements of the network, as Etecsa is known.
An President of the company, Mayra Arevich, he stated that Etecsa had been preparing in the investor's area to create the essential infrastructure and restore it back to expanding internet services through the 2013 sailing rooms.
By updating data, Arevich said he is currently There are 670 passengers in Cuba, there are more than 2 million bundles of Wi-Fi accounts, there are 830 Wi-Fi connection locations, 34,000 member states have an internet service and more than 60,000 users get it in their homes through the Nauta Hogar program.
An Communications Minister, Jorge Luis Perdomo, on Tuesday that the biggest IT challenges and telecommunications sector in Cuba should be a priority for mobile phones network and 4G technology to reduce density, and provides access to increased access and lower service tax.