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Gulf Air to broadcast live coverage of Formula One races

Gulf Air to broadcast live coverage of Formula One races

Using Panasonic’s Global Communications Suite, Gulf Air provides two-way broadband connectivity at speeds of up to 50 Mbps that allows passengers to browse the internet faster, chat and use other internet-based services.

Passengers are also able to browse the web at broadband speeds and access social media services such as Facebook and Twitter. In addition, business travellers can access their virtual private network (VPN) to send and receive emails while watching live news and stock market updates at 35,000 feet. They simply need to turn on their personal device, connect to the in-flight Wi-Fi network and log into the service through Deutsche Telekom, the wireless internet service provider on-board.

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