Friday, November 14, 2014

AT&T 4G LTE Plans for In-Flight Connectivity Ditched

If you hoped that AT&T 4G LTE plans will extend to the air, this sadly won’t happen. While the company promised that its AT&T LTE 4G connectivity would go to the clouds it cannot keep the promise. The plans were first announced in spring 2014, but by the end of the year one of the biggest American carriers issued a statement about opting out those plans.

AT&T iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users who could have wished to unlock device and still use their LTE connection in-flight might be upset now. The Big Blue company reported that it has opted out the previous plan and will not extend its network to the air because it will not build an air-to-ground connectivity option across the country.

ATT in-flight 4G LTE project is dropped and the company continues to expand its international presence in different countries. For example, it is planning to purchase Iusacell company in Mexico and is going to focus its capital on further investments into foreign markets and video. This is what AT&T has to say in its statement.

Maybe, having AT&T overseas is even better for its American subscribers who will travel to the countries where local AT&T network is to be built. What do you think about the new plans of the Big Blue U.S. carrier?


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