People stand in front of a center run by famed artist Kcho, to use the free Wi-Fi network, in Havana, Cuba, earlier this year. State-run telecom Etecsa approved the move in a small but unprecedented loosening of Cuba's strict Internet regulations. The government said this week that it is further enhancing Cuba’s Wi-Fi network.
People stand in front of a center run by famed artist Kcho, to use the free Wi-Fi network, in Havana, Cuba, earlier this year. State-run telecom Etecsa approved the move in a small but unprecedented loosening of Cuba's strict Internet regulations. The government said this week that it is further enhancing Cuba’s Wi-Fi network. Desmond Boylan AP
People stand in front of a center run by famed artist Kcho, to use the free Wi-Fi network, in Havana, Cuba, earlier this year. State-run telecom Etecsa approved the move in a small but unprecedented loosening of Cuba's strict Internet regulations. The government said this week that it is further enhancing Cuba’s Wi-Fi network. Desmond Boylan AP

Cuba plans Wi-Fi expansion

June 18, 2015 7:41 PM

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