It allows the use of mobile data in cell phones.
Starting tomorrow, Cuban will start mobile data that allows them to access the internet from their cell phones, highly anticipated by the islanders. To make use of the service, the phones need to work on a regular basis and 900 MHz and clients have access to a spending sheet or for a data pack.
The seven-dollar data packs for 600 megabytes to 30 dollars (average salary value in Cuba) for four gigabytes. For a leaflet, international pages will have access to 0.10 cents per megabyte, and pages will be terminated in .cu two pence.
How to implement the service
For three days, from Thursday to Saturday, the service will turn to mobile phones according to the numerical code with which the phone is & # 39; start.
This year, a national telephone company made two tests free for users to access the mobile data service and therefore evaluated the potential of the national network to support a significant opportunity.
Cuba is one of the world-related nations, although it has been slowly opening the internet network in recent years. Currently, there are more than 600 passengers and 1200 Wi-Fi belts mostly based in public parks.
For years, internet-based installments were to officers, journalists, educators and artists, but in 2016 the cover was extended to the rest of the population by the beginning Nauta Hogar service, which is a offering internet in homes in 30-hour monthly package packages that can be between $ 15 and $ 70.
Although the service has little involvement, the government is blocking a small number of sites such as the Radio and Television Martí channel, which are funded by the United States, and other pages that want to change the the system.
The establishment of an Internet connection in Cuba began in the 1990s with a limited opportunity for diplomats and foreign businessmen through slow and slow satellite systems, after the United States restricted the use of cables operating through the island as due to sanctions. However, Havana came out by joining Venezuela with a fiber optic destination in 2012, without the authorities to commission the service on their own.
In 2013, sailing chambers were opened, where the people were serving on their doorstep. mail or on the internet. In 2015, Wi-Fi belts were inserted into parks and seats, the maximum connecting link that each one costs each time. .
In parallel, services served as access to emails from mobile phones through the Nauta accounts called open and links were entered as a test in homes as in 2017.
AP and DPA groups