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Sprint Will Be the First American Carrier to Offer Service In Cuba

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Big news for me since i have and will travel to cuba. http://gizmodo.com/sprint-will-be-the-first-american-carrier-to-offer-serv-1740069469

 

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Jeez, what a slanted piece of writing. I guess those in the tech media just can't help themselves.

 

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Maybe Sprint will also be an Internet Transit provider there.

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