To be young and connected: Cuba young people use a password protected Wi-FI network from a nearby five-star hotel to surf the Internet on their Smartphones in downtown Havana. Cubans are hungry for better Internet connections.
To be young and connected: Cuba young people use a password protected Wi-FI network from a nearby five-star hotel to surf the Internet on their Smartphones in downtown Havana. Cubans are hungry for better Internet connections. Desmond Boylan AP
To be young and connected: Cuba young people use a password protected Wi-FI network from a nearby five-star hotel to surf the Internet on their Smartphones in downtown Havana. Cubans are hungry for better Internet connections. Desmond Boylan AP

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