Internet laggard Cuba plans to bring web to Havana homes by year-end

Cuba, a few decades late to the internet era, plans to bring the web into some households in Havana by the end of the year, the Cuban News Agency (ACN) reported on Tuesday. Communist-ruled Cuba has one of the lowest Internet penetration rates in the world. The rest of Cuba's 11.2 million inhabitants must rely on Wi-Fi hotspots around the island and state internet parlors, although these are sparsely used because of high rates.

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