Posted on: 17 December 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Customers of Singapore communications provider, M1 are to benefit from unlimited in-flight data roaming.
The company has roaming agreements with 18 airlines, including BA, Emirates (pictured) and Singapore Airlines.
t"Now we can stay connected wherever we go, even while in the air. With our affordable in-flight data roaming service, travellers can stay in touch with their loved ones, answer important e-mail or simply get the latest social media updates,” said P. Subramaniam, chief marketing officer at M1.ttCharges for roaming subscription customers start at $0.20 (approximately US$0.14) per 10kB, with a daily cap of S$25 (approx. US$18). Pay-per-use customers are charged at S$0.24 (US$0.17) per 10kB, capped at S$30 (US$21) a day, when logging on to M1’s preferred in-flight network, OnAir. A Network Lock feature protects customers from unintended usage and charges on non-preferred networks.ttThe full list of airlines offering M1’s in-flight data roaming service is: Aeroflot; AZAL; British Airways; Cebu Pacific Air; Egypt Air; Emirates; Etihad Airways; Iberia; Libyan Airlines; Oman Air; Philippine Airlines; Qatar Airways; Royal Jordanian; Saudi Arabian Airlines; Singapore Airlines; Kuwait Airways and Thai Airways.