Cuba and Google signed an agreement to improve communication on the island and allow them to have the latest Internet technologies available.
It is expected that an American Internetman and a Cuban government in Havana will sign a contract for breaking uninterrupted connections between their networks once Cuba has been able to connect to the new optical optical cable t sea.
The agreement with Cubans allows faster access to content on Google servers and reduces the cost of linking Cuban Government users to Google content.
Network owners such as Etcasa, who are a monopoly of Cuba telecommunications, must now pay for third party activist fees to access sites such as YouTube, Google Maps and GoL.
At this time Cuba is very easy to connect with fibers under the Caribbean to Venezuela.