Once you get on your plane, all wireless communication needs to be turned off, but thanks to T-Mobile you can eat as much bandwidth as you want on your way to the airport. The shuttle that services London and the Heathrow Airport is now a mobile hotspot.
15,000 people travel the Heathrow Express every day, and with the new service, every one of them can access wireless Internet during their commute. That is, of course, if you are a T-Mobile HotSpot subscriber...Let's see what Heathrow Express managing director Brian Raven had to say about this -- "We are constantly looking for innovative and useful services for our customers, and the addition of T-Mobile HotSpots further improves the experience we offer and illustrates why we’ve been voted the nation’s favourite train company."
I'm not a T-Mobile Wi-Fi subscriber, but I've always been jealous when I see the little sign that indicates a HotSpot is in range. It's a great deal for business people if you ask me.
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