AT&T to provide cellphone roaming, other services in Cuba

DALLAS (AP) – AT&T has reached a deal for enhanced roaming and other cellphone services for wireless customers visiting Cuba. The Dallas-based telecommunications giant on Monday announced the agreement with the state telecommunications company, Etecsa. Terms were not released. An AT&T statement says a start date and pricing for the wireless roaming in Cuba – including talk, text and data – will be announced later. Sprint announced a roaming agreement with Etecsa last fall to allow subscribers visiting Cuba to send and receive calls and text messages.