Cuba is an island of 11 million people with low cell phone and internet penetration rates. Roughly 2 million people have cell phone access, making cube one of the lowest cell phone penetration rates anywhere in the word.
Immediately, telcocuba will commence selling phones, with US telephone numbers that can be used in the US or abroad. Our philosophy, is to offer different price plans with included international roaming targeted to Cuban nations, US based Cubans and travelers.
The Company’s objective is to:
Provide calling solutions to consumers in Cuba. The portfolio of users would include calling cards and mobile cell service.
Increase subscriber base, thereby gaining an economy of scale allowing the purchase/installation of equipment in Cuba.
Gaining licensing in Cuba to offer services directly
Gaining spectrum licensing for leasing to other services and internal use
TelCoCuba’s competitive advantage:
First in advantage
Ongoing presence and long-term strategic relationships in developing markets
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