HAVANA, April 2nd. The U.S.-based virtual Katapulk platform will begin offering mobile recharges to the island and also for the Nauta Hogar home internet service. As of April 1, Katapulk will be adding both offers, which “are part of the company’s efforts to provide its customers with more options to be in contact with their relatives in Cuba”.
This recharge service also aims to “offer the convenience of having an online space to find a greater diversity of products and services that benefit Cuban families,” added the statement, which specifies that for its use and payment users will be able to access the platform (www.katapulk.com) from anywhere in the world and they can be purchased independently in the Katapulk Recharge store or added as part of a purchase in the market.
“One of the values that distinguish the purchase process in Katapulk is the ease with which users can add products from different stores on the platform during a single purchase process.
This allows greater flexibility in the composition of orders, which can include, for example, Mercado Único market products, products, and services from private businesses in Cuba and now, also, mobile recharges and home internet payment,” it explains the company.
“The comfort and convenience of users who shop with Katapulk is a company priority. For this reason, within the framework of existing regulations, we will continue adding offers that respond to the needs of Cuban families on and off the island,” Hugo Cancio, president of Katapulk Marketplace LLC, confirmed.
Katapulk is an e-commerce platform based in Miami, Florida, in operation for more than a year, during which time it has grown in the variety of its services and has established itself in the Cuban market. It has a virtual market that makes home deliveries of food products, toiletries, perfumes, and more.
Katapulk is currently present for 13 Cuban provinces: Pinar del Río, Artemisa, Havana, Mayabeque, Matanzas, Sancti Spíritus, Ciego de Ávila, Camagüey, Las Tunas, Holguín, Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantánamo.
In addition, the platform includes more than 50 private businesses of a diverse nature that offer a wide range of products and services that include food, handicrafts, utility products, decorative items, furniture, photographic and beauty services, among others.