You think it's hard to relax in-flight now? Wait until your seat-mate decides to spend his/her trans-Atlantic flight making sales calls and/or begging a lover to take them back.
Switching off your cellphone during a flight will soon be a thing of the past, according to aviation experts, who are tipping in-flight mobile connectivity to become a standard feature of air travel.
Virgin Atlantic recently announced that passengers can make calls on their cellphones on the airline’s Airbus A330 and Boeing 747 flying between London and New York. Call charges are similar to international roaming rates, and phones cannot be used during take off and landing.
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