Wi-Fi Areas Grow in Central Cuban Province

Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, Dec 28 (Prensa Latina) A total of 26 wireless connection zones exist in this central province with the addition of two new Wi-Fi areas, reported a manager from the Telecommunications Company of Cuba S.A. (Etecsa).

Yesterday, two new areas were added, one in the Coppelia area, in the city of Sancti Spiritus, some 350 kilometers east of Havana, and another in Meneses, in the northern municipality of Yaguajay.

Miladys Gonzalez, head of the Marketing and Communication group in the Territorial Division of Etecsa in Sancti Spíritus, explained to the press that El Pedrero, in the municipality of Fomento, and Santa Lucia, in Cabaiguan, are other communities that recently joined to this increase of wifi areas.

Before ending the 2017 this service, with a high demand by the population, will extend to the community of Casilda, in Trinidad, southern center city declared Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity in 1988 by Unesco, along with the Valley of the Mills.

Gonzalez remarked that Etecsa also prioritized the installation in other Wi-Fi areas of a greater number of AP antennas, used to establish wireless access points.

Also in other places in the province, such as the International Clinic in Trinidad, a city founded in January 1514, Yaguajay, Taguasco, Jatibonico and Sancti Spiritus, other antennas were located, allowing for greater simultaneous connectivity of users.

According to it transcended here, the first point of access created in the territory was in 2015 in the centric park Cespedes in Trinidad.

In as much, at present the zones with wireless network are distributed in all the municipalities.

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