Verizon Wireless Customers Can Roam In Cuba
Verizon Wireless today added Cuba to the list of countries in which its customers can access network services when traveling. Roaming in Cuba (world phone required) won't be cheap. Through Verizon's Pay-As-You-Go International Travel option, voice calls made in Cuba are $2.99 per minute, and data is $2.05 per megabyte. Text message charges are assessed at standard international rates. Verizon claims it is the first U.S.-based wireless company to offer roaming in Cuba.
Verizon Signs Interconnect Deal with Cuban Carrier
Verizon has cut a direct interconnect agreement with Telecommunications Company of Cuba (Etecsa). Verizon is the second U.S.
AT&T Roams Into Cuba
AT&T today launched roaming in Cuba. AT&T customers can talk, text, and use data when traveling to Cuba.
T-Mobile Signs Roaming Deal with Cuban Carrier
T-Mobile today said it has signed an interconnect and roaming agreement with Empresa De Telecomunicaciones De Cuba, allowing its customers to call Cuba as well as roam when visiting Cuba. T-Mobile says its U.S.
T-Mobile Customers Can Now Roam In Cuba
T-Mobile today kicked off roaming cellular service in Cuba. T-Mobile customers will be able to use their T-Mobile phones to make calls, send messages, and surf the 'net when traveling in the Caribbean island nation.
I wonder how much of their business is the US government?