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This article has links to products and services we love, which we may make commission from. Wi Fi access in Cuba differs to access in Europe / USA / most of the rest of the world because: There are now three ways to access internet and Wifi in Cuba. During our three week trip (and the only trip I’ve never planned for, stupidly, I recommend buying the Lonely Planet Cuba guidebook), we logged on to the internet and Wi Fi in Cuba six times.The card should cost 1.50 CUC /

This article has links to products and services we love, which we may make commission from. Wi Fi access in Cuba differs to access in Europe / USA / most of the rest of the world because: There are now three ways to access internet and Wifi in Cuba. During our three week trip (and the only trip I’ve never planned for, stupidly, I recommend buying the Lonely Planet Cuba guidebook), we logged on to the internet and Wi Fi in Cuba six times.The card should cost 1.50 CUC / $1.50 / 80p (it has went down rapidly since 2015 where it was 4.50 CUC / $4.50) and gives you one hour of online internet access in Cuba.Remember to take your passport (you also need this to exchange cash).

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This article has links to products and services we love, which we may make commission from. Wi Fi access in Cuba differs to access in Europe / USA / most of the rest of the world because: There are now three ways to access internet and Wifi in Cuba.

During our three week trip (and the only trip I’ve never planned for, stupidly, I recommend buying the Lonely Planet Cuba guidebook), we logged on to the internet and Wi Fi in Cuba six times.

.50 / 80p (it has went down rapidly since 2015 where it was 4.50 CUC / .50) and gives you one hour of online internet access in Cuba.Remember to take your passport (you also need this to exchange cash).

Gringos don’t have to queue for some reason so if you can get over the embarrassment you can shuffle past the line of locals.There will be locals looking to sell cards in the streets at an inflated rate (common for tourists to buy from them now).Summer 2017 update – Carol from Wayfaring Views is just back from Cuba and advised me that 1.50 CUC is still the going rate but 5 hour cards for are also available. She says the benefit is that it cuts out waiting in queues to purchase cards. Not all towns have a ETECSA Wi Fi telecommunications centre and not all hotels have Wi Fi (see below for information on .The hot chocolate in Iberostar, Trinidad is lovely though and the air con is desirable.This rule is per card so if you buy two cards you are required to purchase two drinks. Hotel Sevilla charged 8 CUC / £5.23, don’t be a mug!

Gringos don’t have to queue for some reason so if you can get over the embarrassment you can shuffle past the line of locals.

There will be locals looking to sell cards in the streets at an inflated rate (common for tourists to buy from them now).

Summer 2017 update – Carol from Wayfaring Views is just back from Cuba and advised me that 1.50 CUC is still the going rate but 5 hour cards for are also available. She says the benefit is that it cuts out waiting in queues to purchase cards. Not all towns have a ETECSA Wi Fi telecommunications centre and not all hotels have Wi Fi (see below for information on .

The hot chocolate in Iberostar, Trinidad is lovely though and the air con is desirable.

This rule is per card so if you buy two cards you are required to purchase two drinks. Hotel Sevilla charged 8 CUC / £5.23, don’t be a mug!

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