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CUBA STANDARD — Appealing to Cubans living abroad, Cuban state telecom ETECSA is offering online payment services through Website www.ezetop.com, both for mobile phones and landlines in Cuba.

Emigrants in the United States and elsewhere often pay unaffordable hard-currency phone bills for relatives and friends on the island.

Ezetop.com is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland and has regional offices in major migration hubs such as Miami, Dubai, San Salvador, Bucharest and Dhaka.

The company Website doesn’t say whether the Cuba services are licensed by the U.S. government, to comply with sanctions against the island.

Aside from sending recharge to Cuban mobiles, ezetop.com allows to send prepaid recharge to Cuban landline phones and pay Cuban landline phone bills.

The prepay landline service is available for residential customers who pay their bills in national currency (CUP). Cuban recipients must be able to make domestic or international calls from landline and public phones using their personal accounts. In order to set up an account with ezetop.com, recipients must present an ID at an ETECSA office and pay a set-up fee of 1 CUC, which will be used towards the account balance.

The landline bill service is available to residential and business customers with ETECSA landline service who pay in convertible currency (CUC). It is also available for customers who pay in national currency (CUP) but receive invoices in CUC for other services such as caller ID, international calls and more. Minimum transaction is 10 CUC; if the transaction amount exceeds the total due amount of the invoice, ezetop.com will hold the remaining balance as credit towards the future invoices.

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