The number of clients of the Telecommunications Company of Cuba (ETECSA) that have requested access to the Internet through the Nauta Home service outside Havana city is 812.
Amarelys Rodríguez Sánchez, head of the project, told ACN that since September 29, 232 users have signed the contract in Pinar del Río, 225 in Holguín, 134 in Guantanamo, 79 in Granma and 142 in Las Tunas.
She noted that most of the contracting is one or two megabytes per second (mb / s).
The specialist explained that to the extent that the rest of the provinces recover from Hurricane Irma, they will also begin offering Internet access from homes located in areas where technical conditions permit.
Rodríguez Sánchez stressed that it is the interested party must pay 10 CUC for the service authorization, 19 cuc for the purchase of the modem, for a single time, and a fee per month depending on the connection speed.
He added that customers who hire a speed of one mb / s, the first month will receive it free of cost, and those who in that first period want to contract a higher bandwidth, they are discounted the value of the speed of that one mb / s that ETECSA offers free of charge. ... Go on reading
Cuba urges UN to eradicate poverty at global level Cuba called on the United Nations on Thursday to make a real commitment to the goal of eradicating poverty on the planet, a phenomenon that plagues hundreds of millions of human beings, Prensa Latina reported. During the Second Committee of the General Assembly, Cuban diplomat Juan Miguel González warned that this objective will remain a chimera under the current international economic order, which he described as deeply unjust and unsustainable. ... Go on reading
Eusebio Leal Calls to Preserve Unity of the Nation Eusebio Leal, City Historian for the city of Havana called on the population on Tuesday at the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery in Santiago de Cuba for unity and maintain the legacy of the forefathers of the Homeland.
During the political activity and military ceremony in which the remains of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes and Mariana Grajales were buried in a different location with the presence of President Raul Castro, Leal praised the life and work of the great Forefathers of the Homeland.
Cuba to plant more than 29,000 hectares of tobacco The Tobacco Business Group of Cuba (Tabacuba) signed contracts with producers for the planting of more than 29 thousand hectares and the collection of some 32 thousand tons of tobacco leaves in the 2017-2018 harvest that began this Tuesday. Fidel Sánchez Triana, vice president Tabacuba, said in the ceremony that marked the beginning of the harvest that 18,680 producers, their families and other forces linked to such labors are ready.... Go on reading
University Students Support Vector Campaign The students of the University of Holguin support the vector campaign in the provincial capital city inserted in a brigade that will be followed by others in the whole march of the current school year. During the hygiene-epidemiological offensive that is now being developed, the future engineers were chosen within this center of Higher Education to begin the foray into this campaign. ... Go on reading
Hurricane Irma in Cuba: damages and recovery in figures Hurricane Irma, the strongest ever registered in the Atlantic, wreaked havoc through all the Cuban northern coast between September 7 and 10, leaving 10 people dead and an undetermined amount of material losses. he preparations undertaken by the Cuban people and government allowed them to minimize the losses, but the strength of the hurricane was felt throughout most of the country.
Septeto Santiaguero Happy for Nomination to 2017Latin Grammys Septeto Santiaguero's nomination for the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards is the one that has the most merit because it is due to the first phonogram of the group produced entirely by a Cuban record label, said today Alden González, the group´s manager. A few hours after receiving the news, Gonzalez, also producer of the album, told ACN his satisfaction with the nomination to the international contest with the ... Go on reading