Alitalia launched AeroMobile inflight connectivity on two of its Airbus A330-200s on June 4, ahead of a fleet-wide roll-out. Tail numbers I-EJGA and I-EJGB have already been equipped with the service, which enables passengers to use their mobile devices for inflight calls, texts and Internet browsing. Any usage is billed directly to the passenger by their own mobile phone provider.  Panasonic-owned AeroMobile, which has roaming agreements with more than 279 network operators across ...

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