10 MARCH 2014
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The latest airline to offer wi-fi is Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) who introduced the service on its international routes today (3 March). The airline does charge and not by the hour too. Up to 5MB - $US6, 10MB - $US12 - 20MB $US24.
Passengers will be able to use their own devices, such as smartphone or tablet, to surf the web, access email and update social networks including Facebook and Twitter. The latest Stock Market wire report is available on the portal site for free.
The ANA WiFi Service will be available on all class of selected international flights flown by Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
It is provided in partnership with JSAT Mobile Communications which supports the 'OnAir' programme. www.ana.com
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