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article imageVirgin Atlantic to allow in-flight cellphone calls

By Matt Cianfarani     May 14, 2012 in Technology
Virgin Atlantic has announced that passengers will be able to make phone calls via a cellular device while in-flight on their A330 aircraft.
At first, the service will only be available on Virgin's new Airbus A330 planes flying from London to New York, but will soon be rolled out to 17 planes on 10 routes by the end of the year.
In-flight mobile access will be provided by AeroMobile, which is part-owned by Panasonic. The Telegraph reports that customers will be charged approximately the same as normal roaming charges for utilizing the service, however the service cannot be utilized during the takeoff or landing phases of flight.
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