Three American airlines offer the most onboard wireless Internet connections worldwide, according to new research.
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Megan Murphy gets a huge phone bill from Verizon after her honeymoon in Europe, even though she signed up for its international plan. What went wrong — and how can she fix it? Read more “That’s some wedding present from Verizon Wireless”
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.
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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.
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It’s for your own good.
Travelers are hearing these words more often than ever, and they are being applied to increasingly unwelcome scenarios. The latest example: being unable to access WiFi in your hotel without incurring an added charge. In August, the American Hotel & Lodging Association and Marriott filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission asking the government for permission to block wireless devices in hotels.
Read more “Beware of travel industry doublespeak”