AT&T’s in-flight Wi-Fi plans are no more.
Back in April, the wireless carrier announced that it was teaming up with Honeywell to provide high-speed 4G LTE connectivity for passengers in commercial, business, and general aviation flights. The service would have become available in late 2015 and would have made AT&T a competitor to the popular GoGo in-flight service.
Today, the company said in a statement to RGN that it would “no longer pursue entry into the in-flight connectivity industry.”
Moreover, the company also said that it has decided to focus its resources on “transformative investments, such as international and video,” in line with its announcement last Friday that it was acquiring Mexican wireless provider Iusacell for $2.5 billion.