Airline travelers who are frustrated with the speed of wireless Internet on planes may have some relief soon.
AT&T said it is working with aerospace technology company
The announcement would put AT&T in competition with GoGo, the technology company that offers in-flight wireless Internet to several airlines, including
GoGo spokesman Steve Nolan said he believes its WiFi service is already fast enough to "compete with anything."
AT&T's announcement comes a few months after the
WiFi is now available on about 40% of all domestic commercial flights in the U.S., according to a study by the travel website Routehappy.com.