Cuba plans to introduce right to private property into Constitution

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel in navy jacket seen with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says Cuba's looming recognition of a market economy does not mean capitalism is welcome

He further adds that the facility has further added to his convenience as now he can update the live status of the news.

Journalists, of state-run news outlets, were the first ones to receive the service, which is being provided by Cuba's telecoms monopoly - Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba SA (ETECSA).

The telecom monopoly aims to expand mobile internet to almost half of Cuba's population - five million mobile phone customers - by the end of this year.

Whether because of a lack of cash, a long-running USA trade embargo or concerns about the flow of information, Cuba has lagged behind in web access.

More recently, almost 400 government-run Wi-Fi hotspots, as well as cybercafes, have sprung up.

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The reform has already undergone preparations by 33 lawmakers guided by former president Raul Castro, who ruled the Caribbean island from 2006 until being succeeded by Miguel Diaz-Canel April 2017.

This, he said, should help economic growth and help the Cuban people defend their revolution.

Cuba could use subsidies to encourage the use of government-sponsored applications, analysts said. As compared to the wider internet, Cuba's intranet with selected government-approved sites and email is much cheaper to access.

In a 2015 document about its internet strategy that leaked, the Cuban government said it aimed to connect at least half of homes by 2020 and 60 per cent of phones.

But Obama's successor, Donald Trump, reversed that detente, to the dismay of many Cubans.

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Under the measures announced Tuesday, Cubans will no longer be able to run more than a single business and entrepreneurs will be required to conduct all transactions through accounts in state-run banks, officials told state media. Yet he was denied the connection as the service providers weren't "ready" and will call him as soon as they are ready.

Most mobile phone owners have smartphones, though Cuba is now installing 3G technology, even as most of Latin America has moved onto 4G, with 5G in its final testing phase.

However, the price could prove as one of the major limitations for many.

It is reported that companies and embassies pay $45 per month for only 4GB of data while the average monthly wage in the country is about $30.

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