For the first time, Cubans will be able to buy 3G internet access for their mobile phones on Thursday as Cuba became one of the last nations to offer its citizens full internet access for their mobile phones. Previously, Cubans were only able to access state-run email accounts through their mobile phones unless they were connected to Wi-Fi connections at home or on a limited number of government sponsored Wi-Fi Spots. The Cuban government first authorized home internet for their citizens in 2017.
The new 3G internet service will cost citizens 10 cents per megabyte, and available packages range from 600 megabytes for $7 to 4 gigabytes for $30.
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