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Turkish Airlines introduce new in-flight mobile connectivity offering

Posted 27 March 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines now introduces its new in-flight mobile connectivity through eXPhone for an uninterrupted communication on board.

As an extension of Wi-Fi and live TV availability on its Boeing B777 and Airbus A330 aircrafts, Turkish Airlines now offers a mobile internet connectivity by eXPhone to its guests, by April, 2017.

By using this service, passengers will be able to send text messages (excluding voice messages), check their e-mails and browse internet (including social media platforms) with their own mobile phones.

The airline said the eXPhone service, offered in close cooperation with Panasonic/AeroMobile, has successfully been tested on board during a flight with the participations of our relevant authorities, via one of our cabin attendant’ mobile phone.

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