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  1. Wifi now live on the 737s, too! - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] it is definitely online. Hopefully some reports will trickle in and we can aggregate useful data. http://blog.wandr.me/2014/02/united-…-on-some-737s/ http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/26/u…atellite-wifi/ […]

  2. Steven
    Steven 26 February 2014 at 1:43 pm |

    N75410, a non-ER 739, had the Wi-Fi control panel installed when I flew it on February 10. The power, Wi-Fi, and satellite icons were all illuminated in green during the flight, but of course no Wi-Fi connection was available to customers. Still, that one can be added to your list as an aircraft where the hardware is installed, and possibly enabled at this point.

  3. Austin
    Austin 27 February 2014 at 10:07 am |

    If it works! Heard from internal sources that UA have chosen the cheapest products for the build out. Result: system cannot meet demands. Hopefully these are growing pains. Fingers crossed.

  4. TGIF: Thank-Goodness It’s Flyday Week-End Wrap Up – February 28th Edition | Airchive

    […] activates LiveTV powered WiFi: According to Seth Miller of the Wandering Aramean blog, United began quietly installing LiveTV powered Ka-band satellite WiFi on its 737 fleet some months […]

  5. Rob
    Rob 1 March 2014 at 6:18 pm |

    Perfect! I’ve got a flight Saturday!

  6. PointsHoarder 46: Staten Island to the Island Hopper | PointsHoarder

    […] United’s new LiveTV-based wifi is now active, even though the company doesn’t quite seem to have all the details to share. […]

  7. United 777s have wifi, but not for passengers | Wandering Aramean

    […] United Airlines quietly activates LiveTV-powered wifi on some 737s […]

  8. PointsHoarder 46: Staten Island to the Island Hopper | Dots, Lines & Destinations

    […] United’s new LiveTV-based wifi is now active, even though the company doesn’t quite seem to have all the details to share. […]

  9. jackal
    jackal 21 March 2014 at 11:50 pm |

    I was just on Ship #3410 and no sign of wifi–no decals, no SSID being broadcast, no announcement from the FAs. Grr.

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