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Why Your in-Flight WiFi is so Slow and How Gogo is Changing That

Imagine someone took your iPhone and disabled LTE. Annoying. Then they shut off 4G. Super annoying. Then they took your remaining 3G connection and split it up between you and 160 of your closest friends. Welcome to the complicated world in-flight WiFi. In-flight WiFi quickly transitioned from a magical new technology that few people had […] The post Why Your in-Flight WiFi is so Slow and How Gogo is Changing That appeared first on AirlineReporter.
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