Verizon turns into first US service to supply roaming in Cuba
Verizon introduced on Thursday that it’ll start providing name, textual content and knowledge entry to clients visiting the Caribbean nation as a part of its Pay-As-You-Go Worldwide Journey choice. The plan will cost $three a minute for voice, commonplace worldwide messaging charges and a whopping $2.05 per megabyte. Meaning you would be on the hook for greater than two grand should you used a gigabyte of knowledge whereas on the island. At these charges, you would be higher off bringing a pocket filled with change and taking your possibilities with a public pay telephone. This announcement comes on the heels of T-Cellular’s declaration that it’s increasing its Easy International plan to twenty extra nations (although not Cuba).
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