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Qantas Teams with ViaSat Ka-band to Offer Super-speed In-flight Wi-Fi to Passengers from Next Year

Qantas Teams with ViaSat Ka-band to Offer Super-speed In-flight Wi-Fi to Passeng

Qantas announced it is teaming with ViaSat Ka-band for offering free high-speed connectivity to customers staring from next year.

ViaSat will deliver Qantas passengers with speed and capacity that is enough to stream movies, watch TV shows and log onto news and live sports.

Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce, said, "The sheer size of the Australian landmass creates some significant challenges for in-flight connectivity but the recent launch of NBN's satellite has opened up new opportunities that we plan to take advantage of with ViaSat's help."

Analysis by Deloitte Access Economics Reveals Uber Delivers $80million Worth Yearly Benefits to Australian Consumers

UberAn analysis by Deloitte Access Economics, says that Uber, the ride hailing services company generates yearly benefits of greater than $80 million to Australian consumers.

Uber operates through its app which connects drivers to users and processes fare payments. It also identifies the ratings that the drivers get from their consumers after a journey.

New cancer nurse counselling service launched in Queensland

New cancer nurse counselling service launched in QueenslandA new nurse counselling service has been launched in the state of Queensland in Australia to help cancer patients.

Beekeepers contract research claiming “Australian honey is contaminated”

HoneyBeekeepers and Australian honey industry have contradicted a new research claiming that the Australian honey is the worst honey in the world.

In Spite of Strong Sales in Australia Ikea’s Tax Bill Dwindles

In Spite of Strong Sales in Australia Ikea’s Tax Bill DwindlesIkea's performance in Australia once again disappointed the Swedish furniture giant.

How Customers Can Avoid Uber’s New Year’s Eve Price Surge

How Customers Can Avoid Uber’s New Year’s Eve Price SurgeUber, the ride-sharing service provider is once again raising the price on the New Year's Eve to cope with the increasing demand.

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