Latest Telecoms News about Cuba

USA Denies Twitter-Like Service was Designed to Topple Cuban Government

  The US government has denied that a Twitter-like service developed by its overseas aid office that was launched in Cuba was a covert plan to spread anti-communist messages....

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Cuba Mobile Phone User Base Reached 2 Million at End of 2013

  Cuba's state-owned monopoly mobile network operator, ETECSA ended last year with just under 2 million mobile phone users, according to the Cuban News Agency....

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Canadians Get Cheaper Roaming to Cuba

  Canadian telco, Bell has announced significant decreases in its mobile roaming prices for consumers travelling to Cuba, including reductions in the cost of data, voice and text roaming....

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Cuba's Government to Slash Mobile Phone Call Costs

  Cuba's Ministry of Informatics and Communications (MIC) has announced substantial reductions in the cost of voice calls and SMS by the country's monopoly mobile network operator, Etecsa....

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Cuba Has Over One Million Mobile Phone Subscribers

  The number of mobile phones in Cuba had passed the one million mark at the end of last year, the country's National Statistics Office said in a report,...

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Cell phone subscribers in Cuba to top 1 mn by year's end

  ETECSA, Cuba's state telecommunications company, is predicting that the number of wireless subscribers on the island will exceed 1 million by the end of this year....

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Cuba criticizes US ruling on Internet access

  Cuba says US ruling loosening Internet services to island meant to aid 'subversion'...

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Google welcomes chance to export to Iran, Cuba

  A senior Google executive welcomed on Tuesday a U.S. decision to relax restrictions on exporting Internet communications services to Iran, Sudan and Cuba....

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Treasury allows Internet exports to Iran, others

  US Treasury allows export of online communications services to Iran, Cuba and Sudan...

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Miami firm says it will lay first US-Cuba fiber

  A small Miami-based company said the U.S. government has given it permission to lay the first optical communications fiber from the U.S. to Cuba. That could drastically cut the cost of calling the island nation and make the Internet more accessible to Cubans....

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