Aircell introduces monthly in-flight Internet plan; TeliaSonera to increase LTE coverage

> Aircell introduced the Gogo Monthly Subscription, a new $35 pricing option that can be used across the entire fleet of more than 800 Gogo equipped aircraft. Release

> Having already offered LTE service in Stockholm and Oslo since last December, TeliaSonera has announced that it plans to significantly increase the service by expanding coverage to 29 cities across Sweden and Norway. Article

> Boingo Wireless launched a new all-you-can-eat Internet access plan for laptops that includes every Boingo hotspot in the United Kingdom. Release

> The Indian government could refund a significant portion of the amount state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. will pay for third generation and broadband wireless spectrum in order to stabilize the company's financials. Article

And Finally... An 82-year-old woman who accidentally crashed her car through the front window of a southwest Michigan salon stuck around afterward for an appointment to get her hair done. Article

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