Cuba legalises private Wi-Fi networks in bid to boost connectivity

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Cuba legalises private Wi-Fi networks in bid to boost connectivity

Also allows imports of equipment like routers.

Cuba announced on Wednesday it would legalise private Wi-Fi networks to access the internet and connect computers, as well as allow imports of equipment like routers in another step toward expanding connectivity on the Communist-run island. The new rules, which take effect on July 29, will ...

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