Below, Cubans gather at a hotspot in Playa by the ETECSA office to receive open Wi-Fi service in Havana on Sept. 19. Since July, the Cuban government has rolled out 35 new Wi-Fi hotspots. They’ve proved popular.
Below, Cubans gather at a hotspot in Playa by the ETECSA office to receive open Wi-Fi service in Havana on Sept. 19. Since July, the Cuban government has rolled out 35 new Wi-Fi hotspots. They’ve proved popular. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Below, Cubans gather at a hotspot in Playa by the ETECSA office to receive open Wi-Fi service in Havana on Sept. 19. Since July, the Cuban government has rolled out 35 new Wi-Fi hotspots. They’ve proved popular. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

Cuba: A nation gets connected

October 06, 2015 06:53 PM

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