Dublin, Ireland, 07 June 2016 – A new survey has revealed that 70% of Cuban internet users use WIFI hotspots every week to access the internet, with 39% of those surveyed using the service every day.
WIFI hotspots provided through the government service, Nauta, allow Cuban residents internet access through permanent access accounts. According to the research, 51% of respondents to the survey did not have access to the internet prior to the introduction of Nauta.
See the full findings of the survey in the infographic below;
Of those surveyed 62% of Cuban internet users receive mobile recharge from abroad. The survey was conducted by Ding, the world’s largest mobile top-up network, which allows anyone in the world to send recharge to any prepaid phone in Cuba. Using the service, Nauta permanent access accounts can also be recharged from abroad.