Cuba's making it easier and cheaper for its citizens to get online by building out an island-wide network of WiFi hotspots. According to local paper Juventud Rebelde, the nation's state-run telecommunications company will open up internet access in 35 locations that should be available from the start of July. The move will also cut the price of getting online in half, with an hour of connection pegged to cost $2 per hour. According to Cuba's director of telecommunications, Luis Manuel Diaz, that's still too expensive for the bulk of the island's citizens. It's hardly a surprise, either, since the cost of a Netflix subscription in the country is around a third of the average monthly wage.