ANA Unveils Wi-Fi Service for International Flights

By Robert Yee on 26 February 2014
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A Dreamliner in ANA livery at Tokyo's Haneda Airport

A Dreamliner in ANA livery at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport

All Nippon Airways announced that it will soon offer in-flight Internet access on select international routes. The new Wi-Fi will be available on Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 767-300ER aircraft starting March 1.

ANA’s Wi-Fi service will be compatible with a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets. Due to its limited data allowance, personal computers are not recommended for use on the network.

Customers will have three options to choose from: a 5 MB plan for $6, 10 MB for $12, and a 20 MB plan for $24. Credit cards will be the only accepted form of payment.

JSAT Mobile Communications, which provides Internet OnAir Wi-Fi in Japan, will be supplying the service.

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