Airplane cell phone calls won't be allowed in US any time soon – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Airplane cell phone calls won't be allowed in US any time soon
Ars Technica
A 2013 proposal to allow cell phone calls during airplane flights will be thrown out by the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC prohibited in-flight phone calls in 1991 because of concerns about interference with wireless networks on the ground.
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