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+ - Inflight Wi-Fi: Not just a business-class perk anymore-> 1

Submitted by smaxp
smaxp (2951795) writes "AT&T's new class of inflight broadband is designed for the always-on mobile consumers that take 3 billion flights per year.

It looks like AT&T is trying to capture a new and much larger category of consumers who want to be constantly connected with their mobile devices, compared to the professional group that has to be connected with their notebooks. This larger group wouldn’t pay $29.95 for slow internet access, but many more will pay less to stay connected on fast broadband."

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Inflight Wi-Fi: Not just a business-class perk anymore

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