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Delta to Offer Wi-Fi On All Flights

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Aug 5, 2008, 9:19 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Delta Airlines said it will offer Wi-Fi broadband Internet access on its entire U.S. fleet by the middle of 2009. Delta is using technology provided by Aircell, which recently said it will use LTE to provide 4G connectivity speeds to its airline customers. The service will be rolled out on Delta's McDonnell Douglas aircraft first, followed by its Boeing aircraft. Customers will be able to use their Wi-Fi-equipped smartphones, PDAs and laptops to connect to the Internet during flights. Delta will charge $10 for access on all flights under 3 hours and $13 for flights longer than three hours.

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Aug 5, 2008, 12:23 PM

Does that mean?

We are gonna hear a lot of keyboard tapping.
Besides, I can stay away from the internet for a few hours.
I would think that'd be just as annoying as phone calls that they're trying to outlaw. Especially if they're playing video games. Loud outbursts of profanities will be in the near future, fun fun.

Aug 5, 2008, 9:26 AM


They are looking to ban cellphone usage, however they are allwoing wifi.

Where is my WiFi skype phone again?

Thanks, gobers.
how is it silly? wi-fi internet connection doesn't require talking.

im actually more concerned about speed and bandwidth.
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