Aircell Picks LTE for Air-to-Ground Mobile Internet Backbone
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Jul 16, 2008, 1:04 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Aircell announced that it has chosen Long Term Evolution for its 4G technology path. It will use LTE to provide in-flight Internet services to air carriers in North America. Airline companies will be able to offer Wi-Fi to customers aboard flights, using Aircell's Gogo service to connect them to the Internet. Right now, Aircell's Gogo service uses EVDO Rev. A technology. By picking LTE, it will future-proof its services and fall in line with the choices made by other carriers, such as Alltel, AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
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Eligible T-Mobile customers receive free in-flight Wi-Fi — including streaming — on American, Delta, Alaska, and now United, for the whole duration of the flight. The perk applies to domestic and short-haul international flights.
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Starting June 21st, T-Mobile's most popular plans will include more and/or faster data while overseas, as well as inflight on major US airlines. T-Mobile's most premium plan, Magenta Max , gets the biggest upgrades, with 5 GB of international high-speed data each month — up to 5G speeds where available — in 210+ countries and destinations.
Doesnt sound good for Sprint.
but then, they say CDMA is better technology but most of the world uses GSM.