AT&T launches roaming service in Cuba

|About: AT&T Inc. (T)|By:, SA News Editor

In its latest Latin American move, AT&T (T +0.2%) has launched roaming service in Cuba, joining other telecoms taking advantage of liberalization on the island nation.

Subscribers can talk, text, and use their data while in Cuba.

Voice calls come at $3/minute; texting comes at $0.50 per standard message (and $1.30 per multimedia message); and data costs $2.05 per megabyte.

"Extending service to our customers while they are in Cuba further solidifies our position as having the best global coverage of any U.S wireless provider," says AT&T's Bill Hague.