Thousands flock to public “cyber points,” Cuba says

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From Global Post  Agencia EFE August 29, 2013 16:47

Havana, Aug 29 (EFE).- Cuba’s “cyber points,” which offer public Internet access, have attracted more than 100,000 paying customers in the last three months, government daily Juventud Rebelde said Thursday.

About 60 percent of clients accessed the World Wide Web, while the rest spent their time on Cuba’s domestic intranet or e-mailing, the newspaper said, citing data from state telecommunications monopoly Etecsa. . . . Read Complete Report

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