Inflight Roaming: Explained
What is inflight roaming...
Inflight roaming is roaming in an aircraft from 20,000 feet – just as you would on the ground. When you travel abroad on holiday or for business your mobile roams onto a local mobile Operator network allowing you to use your phone to access data, text and call.
On a connected aircraft it’s no different. If the airline you’re flying with is equipped with the AeroMobile network, switch off ‘Airplane Mode’ and your mobile will automatically connect to the inflight network, allowing you to use your phone while flying above the clouds.Get connected now
AeroMobile is a UK based mobile service provider for the aviation industry, providing technology and services that enable airline passengers to use their own mobile phones for calls, text and data inflight.
It’s just like roaming abroad, simply take your mobile out of Airplane Mode and automatically connect to the AeroMobile inflight network. There’s no onboard registration and you’re billed by your mobile Operator for any usage.How it works
Your mobile Operator sets the price of the service and charges are generally similar to international roaming rates. For more information on roaming charges you will need to check with your mobile Operator.