|Boeing Starts New Pricing For Internet|
|Associated Press News Wire (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Wed, 11 Jan 2006 11:38:37 -0600
Connexion by Boeing, a division of the aerospace company that offers|
in-flight Internet and entertainment services on several foreign
airlines, says it will start charging people slightly less for online
access -- or slightly more, depending on how long they stay connected.
Beginning Jan. 31, Connexion will charge $26.95 for up to 24 hours of
One hour of Internet access will cost $9.95, compared to $14.95
Connexion said the new pricing scheme followed extensive consumer
Travelers "have told us they want simplified pricing based on the time
Connexion also announced that customers on all airlines equipped with
That service, which will broadcast BBC World, EuroNews, Eurosportnews,
Connexion offers high-speed Internet and other services on nine
To get the service, customers have to have wireless-capable laptops.
On the Net:
Connexion by Boeing: http://www.connexionbyboeing.com
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