ANA to introduce WiFi Service on International Routes

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From March 1, ANA passengers will be able to purchase internet access on-board selected international flights using the new ANA Wi-Fi Service.

ana-wifiPassengers will be able to use their own devices, such as smartphone or tablet, to surf the web, access e-mail and update social networks including Facebook and Twitter and more. Latest wire report is available on portal site for free.

The new service is introduced in response to customer requests for on-board internet access, as more people become accustomed to using smartphone and tablet technology on the move. We are delighted to introduce this service which will allow our customers to experience even more convenient and enjoyable flights with ANA.

The service will be provided in partnership with JSAT Mobile Communications which supports the “Internet OnAir” Wi-Fi service in Japan.

Wireless-LAN-enabled devices of passengers.

ANA Wi-Fi Service is suitable for smartphones and tablets. (PCs are not recommended)


Different usage plans are available:

Up to   5MB$US6

Up to 10MB$US12

Up to 20MB$US24

*Payments by credit card only.



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