The company said the data transmission service is available on board of nine airliners of the company. The passengers, in addition to the use of voice services and SMS and MMS, can read news, check e-mail, communicate on social networks and so on.
"Tariff reductions for this type of service are not provided for in the near future. However, the company is preparing the New Year campaigns for AZAL's passengers, who are also subscribers of Nar Mobile," the company said.
In 2014, voice and Internet services will be available on all planes of
Azerfon has a 10-year exclusive agreement with AZAL to provide mobile communication services on the company's planes.
Mobile communication on planes is operated by a single ground station in
Base mini-stations were installed on board of the planes. These mini-stations turn on as soon as the plane reaches a height of 4,000 meters. These stations send a signal to the ground with the help of a satellite, and from the ground the signal is sent directly to the network of Azerfon. Communication is automatically turned off during landing and takeoff.
The official exchange rate on
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