|Re: Cellphones in Flight? This Means War!|
|John Levine (email@example.com)|
6 Apr 2006 21:33:42 -0000
> That's effectively what we have with Airfone. Some seats, not all,|
> equipped with handsets. I think Airfone is a fine idea and eliminates
> the real need for cellphones on planes. But others disagree.
Airfone at this point has basically been turned into a sales tool for
For the rest of us, it's an absurd $4 connection fee and $5/min.
With any luck, they'll also price cell-on-the-plane at $5/min, so
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