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US telecom companies can now provide services to Cuba

The Federal Communications Commission said Friday it has removed Cuba from its "exclusion list," allowing US companies to provide telecommunication services to the Caribbean country without separate approval from the agency. Read More

This is Cuba's Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify – all without the internet

Media smugglers get Taylor Swift, Game of Thrones, and the New York Times to Cubans every week through an illegal network of runners. Read More

Castro hates the internet, so Cubans created their own

Cuba has some of the worst internet access in the world, with just 5 percent of Cubans able to access the uncensored web Read More

Cuba already has 50 WI-FI hotspots

The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, ETECSA (by its Spanish acronym) opened from Tuesday another four WIFI areas for wireless Internet access, located in parks and urban areas of public high influx. Read More

ETECSA opens eight new WIFI public areas in Cuba

The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, ETECSA reports on the opening of eight other WIFI areas for wireless Internet access located in parks and urban zones of high nflux of public. Read More

Four Cuban entrepreneurs talk about the key to their business success

Four of the most outstanding Cuban entrepreneurs gave a talk on Thursday in Barcelona, Spain, to explain to the public how their businesses work and their aspirations and plans for the near future. Robin Pedraja, Vistar Magazine; Elio Hector Lopez "The Transporter" from El Paquete Semanal (the Weekly Package); Luis Manuel Mazorra, CiberCuba; and Hiram Centelles from Revolico. Read More

Etecsa authorized in Cuba Internet recharges from abroad

From October 6 users can receive 10 CUC recharges from abroad to surf the Internet if they have a permanent Nauta account. The measure taken by the Cuban Telecommunications Company (ETECSA by its Spanish acronym) was announced Saturday in Granma newspaper. Read More

US telecommunications company offers Internet connection in Cuba

Customers of US mobile company Verizon Wireless can easily connect from Cuba from next week, the US company announced on its digital portal. Read More

US authorizes Telco Company to operate in Cuba

TelcoCuba US operator has received legal permits, by the Federal Communications Commission of the United States, to operate on the island and provide telecommunications services. Read More

Microsoft: the Cubans are "hackers by nature"

Microsoft just launched a project that aims to provide more resources for Cuban access to technology and particularly the Internet. Read More

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