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Now that passengers have -- sometimes -- Wi-Fi on flights, airlines need to provide broader capabilities. Gogo and Row 44 are working on divergent solutions, and their projected timetables sound overly optimistic.

At first, being able to get an Internet connection on an airplane seemed like one of life’s modern miracles. Soon enough, though, passengers got a little jaded and started complaining about how slow that connection could sometimes be. Now the companies offering in-air Wi-Fi say they are trying out ways to speed things up and broaden the service’s availability.



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