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Gogo To Power In-Flight Calls And Texts
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Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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11/11/2013 | 9:37:53 PM
re: Gogo To Power In-Flight Calls And Texts
Agreed. But I'm sure it won't take long before the airlines see there's an addition fee that can be levied here, which should deter usage.
Kelly22
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Kelly22,
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11/11/2013 | 9:18:51 PM
re: Gogo To Power In-Flight Calls And Texts
I can't see many people jumping to pay extra for the call/text service. If I really had to keep in touch with someone over a long flight, I'd much rather use the Wi-Fi to email or Facebook message them.
And, as someone who usually naps during flights, I hate the thought of people holding phone conversations on a tiny plane - that would definitely get annoying!
Byurcan
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Byurcan,
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11/11/2013 | 1:30:53 PM
re: Gogo To Power In-Flight Calls And Texts
Just what I was thinking, one of the nice things about flying is it's one of the few places people can't jabber away on the phone incessantly. This is not a good idea.
guitarswinger
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guitarswinger,
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11/9/2013 | 6:48:02 PM
re: Gogo To Power In-Flight Calls And Texts
Using this service for voice calls is a very bad idea. All I is some numbnuts sitting next to me yelling into his phone for hours! :(


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