Monday 01st September 2014
Air Asia begins free in-flight Wi-Fi trial
The region's top budget carrier Air Asia has started a two-month-long
trial offering free in-flight Wi-Fi for flyers.
It is available for free for up to 60 passengers on selected flights
across its network from now until October.
Each passenger will get a 1MB quota and a package will offer chatting
through apps such as LINE, WhatsApp and WeChat.
The trial will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis the
airline said, and passengers will be informed via an in-flight
Selected passengers log on with a token code auto generated by
clicking the 'get access' link on the connectivity portal.
Each token is valid for one device.
A range of Wi-Fi services including instant messaging and content
streaming will be gradually rolled out on its fleet of Wi-Fi enabled
Air Asia has not yet given details for which routes the in-flight
Wi-Fi trial will be available.
Sunday, August 31, 2014
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