Three American airlines offer the most onboard wireless Internet connections worldwide, according to new research.
Megan Murphy gets a huge phone bill from Verizon after her honeymoon in Europe, even though she signed up for its international plan.
Your holiday wish list is a distant memory by now, which is just as well, because you’re probably not getting what you wanted from the travel industry in 2016.
Hilton has become the latest hotel chain to face government fines for allegedly blocking their guests’ personal Wi-Fi hotspots. It joins a growing list of hotel and convention centers that have fallen afoul of federal law, which forbids such activity.
You can charge for parking. You can charge for bottled water.
It’s for your own good. Travelers are hearing these words more often than ever, and they are being applied to
If it’s 2015, then why are hotel guests still doing something so ’90s, like paying extra for an Internet connection?
Like it or not, Wi-Fi is becoming more and more common in the air. And so are the complaints about
I’m introducing a new feature this morning called The Scan, a quick look at the headlines worth reading.
Maybe it was the appearance of the fabled Google Phone — also called the Nexus One — over the weekend. Then again, maybe it’s all this recent talk about cloud computing, and the potentially game-changing Chrome operating system.
Should wireless Internet access be free at hotels? A vast majority of guests think so, and now a UK-based blogger is ratcheting up the pressure on hotels to free their Wi-Fi signals once and for all.
Warning: Wireless Internet connections are coming to a plane near you. I ought to know. I just boarded one.