Aeromobile and Etisalat lower UAE inflight mobile charges


AeroMobile, an inflight cellphone service provider, has partnered with Etisalat, a UAE telecommunications operator, to reduce the cost of using mobile phones during flights. AeroMobile’s inflight service is now available in Etisalat’s mainstream roaming packages, allowing subscribers to stay online, make and receive calls, and listen to voicemail on AeroMobile-equipped aircraft at no extra cost.

The inflight services of AeroMobile – a Panasonic Avionics Corporation subsidiary –are available on more than 20 airlines worldwide, including Emirates and Etihad in the UAE.

Kevin Rogers, CEO of AeroMobile, stated, “Etisalat is renowned for being at the leading edge of the customer experience and this new market-leading offer shows their continued commitment to providing the very best service to their subscribers, whilst also endorsing the importance and relevance of in-flight mobile services to the traveling public.”

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