Good news for those who simply must be able to use their mobiles on a plan … Orange and Vodafone have agreed to allow it. Previously only O2 and T-Mobile had allowed their networks to be used by customers on planes with Orange and Vodafone having been worried over ‘bill shock’. With costs as high as £2.50/min the two networks had feared that customers may not realise what they were spending and end up angry when large bills came in. Presumably these fears have been allayed as both networks are now onboard (pardon the pun) for allowing mid-air mobile calls.
Orange and Vodafone to Allow Mobile Calls On Planes
June 22nd, 2009 · Source · No Comments
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