HOLLYWOOD, FL - (NewMediaWire) - September 21, 2015 - Telco Cuba, Inc. (OTC PINK: QBAN), a publicly traded telecom and mobile solutions provider, provides update after CEO's week long meetings in Cuba. The company's CEO, William Sanchez, is pleased to share his excitement and vision for the company's future after meetings in Cuba at the recently re-opened United States Embassy in Havana.
CEO and Founder, William Sanchez, states, "Last week's positive meetings we held in Cuba were capped off by Fridays announcement that Governments of both countries established new and deeper trade easement and embargo, allowing for the advancement of long-term sustainable business Telecom opportunities in the Country of Cuba by United States based Companies for the first time in over five decades. This development further paves the way for new and significant business opportunities in Cuba. Perhaps one of the most important developments came when it was announced last week that Verizon Wireless (VZ-NYSE) would become the first American company to offer cell phone roaming in Cuba. "This is an important milestone for the Telecom industry and validation of the business opportunity for our Company in the region," commented Mr. Sanchez.
While in Cuba, Mr. Sanchez met with Mr. Gilberto Torres, The US Economics Officer at the United States Embassy in Cuba. "Telco Cuba's ability to operate in Cuba was further legitimized by my meeting at the U.S. Embassy," stated Mr. Sanchez. Mr. Torres stated that "The U.S. Government resources are at our disposable." Mr. Sanchez further commented, "Our new team, representing our interest in Cuba, is key to our rapid expansion into this fertile territory. The addition of Ambassador Dr. Norberto Hernandez Curbelo and former Embassy counselor Antonio Delgado Anrecia to our team provides us the necessary bridge to doing business in Cuba."
"Being early to the market gives us a big edge and we believe we are well positioned to take advantage of today's modern technology and mobility now opening up in a country where such a small percentage of people use mobile devices and/or are connected via a mobile internet.
In the near-term, the company looks forward to sharing developments and new opportunities generated from last week's meetings, and the further positive political backdrop, paving the way for companies to do business in Cuba for many years to come," concluded Mr. Sanchez.
About Telco Cuba, Inc.
Founded in 2001, Amgentech -- the parent company of Telco Cuba -- has been providing telecommunication and Internet based solutions and services for over 14 years. Amgentech has generated over 7 million dollars in revenue. Telco Cuba is launching best of breed communication services including, but not limited to VoIP, Calling Cards and direct SMS messaging in the US and between the US and Cuba. For more information visit (http://www.telcocuba.com & http://pr.telcocuba.com)
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