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American Airlines just upgraded its painfully slow in-flight Wi-Fi

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In a shift sure to give frequent flyers hope for trips filled with Netflix binges, American Airlines is finally getting rid of its notoriously slow in-flight W-Fi.  

Bloomberg reports that American plans to retrofit 500 aircraft in its domestic fleet with ViaSat’s satellite Wi-Fi service, stiffing its typical go-to provider, Gogo. 

This latest order continues the airline’s distancing from Gogo. Back in February, American went as far as filing a lawsuit against Gogo over slow Wi-Fi speeds, specifically citing ViaSat’s faster network as the cause for litigation. While the suit was dismissed 10 days later, the gap between Gogo and ViaSat’s network speeds clearly continued to be an issue for the airline.  Read more…

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