Ofcom, the UK communications industry regulator, last week issued a proposal to enable airlines to offer "mobile communication services" on UK-registered aircraft. "One of Ofcom's objectives is to create opportunities for companies to develop innovative technologies, in particular to make the most efficient use of the radio spectrum for the benefit of citizens and consumers," the agency said in a statement. "It will be a matter for individual airlines to judge whether there is consumer ...

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