That's an interesting concept and not a bad way to provide internet access in exchange for a little bit of advertising but won't most people just continue to use the internet they already have over 3G and 4G connections on their cell phones?
This might be appealing to people who carry around Wi-Fi enabled devices like tablets, but to general smartphone users this doesn't offer much of an advantage or service.
Yeah, it does seem sort of strange that they'd do this, but for business travel this will be good. You can't exactly pull out your US phone in London and start checking expecting not to get hit with some serious charges.
I'll have to go to London to check this out now,...........(right)
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This sounds like a cool idea.Passengers will soon be able to fire up the Internet for entertainment on the way to their destinations. Article source: why ever check out each of our webpage?
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