Of course, it goes without saying that all calls will be monitored. Still, unrestricted cell access opens up the Cuban market to much more revenue (which is what they’re after) and allows Cubans much less restricted access to information in the outside world. Will this new found freedom also extend to Wireless Internet?
The Cuban telecommunications monopoly ETECSA said it would begin mobile phone service for the general public in the next few days.
“ETECSA is able to offer mobile phone service to the public,” it said in a statement published in the Communist Party newspaper Granma.