Wireless-access landscape is uneven for U.S. travelers

04/27/2012 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

As traveler demand for Wi-Fi access surges, most U.S. passengers continue to face a patchwork of connection speeds and pay schemes that range from slow but free access in airport terminals to $18 for in-flight laptop access on long-haul journeys. Travelers can expect to see more airports offering free access or a combination of free access and paid faster connection options as well as more carriers installing paid in-flight access across their fleets in the coming years, this feature says.

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