America’s Federal Communications Commission has announced that it plans to expand the amount of bandwidth available for in-flight ground-to-air wi-fi services. Theoretically this will lead to a faster, more reliable internet connection while in-flight. Currently, however, only about 10% of customers are even willing to pay for in-flight wi-fi because of how unreliable and slow it is. Will this really fix the problem?
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