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Virgin and Optus do in-flight Internet deal

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Gogo is an established player in the aircraft internet business and has an established reputation for delivering the technology. In contrast, Qantas was leaning on the Skymuster satellite service that is part of the NBN. As a regular flyer, I'd be happy to have Internet access, if only to chip away at a few emails and to easily access the cloud services I rely on for work. But I hope this isn't the start of people conducting video-conferences on planes. (www.msn.com) More...

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sueridge307
sueridge307 2
They have beaten Qantas at there game good on you Virgin Australia
anzb773expertflyer
Well the cheap domestic carrier dose all sorts of supersizes to shock the red Roo and they hate it.

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