BizjetMobile has announced that its first production system has been delivered to Europe for installation.
BizjetMobile offers two different Iridium platforms; CHiiMP, an entry level messaging platform that starts from $9,9990 plus, $399 per month for unlimited data; and BizjetInternet system, which costs $24,990 plus $599 per month for unlimited email, SMS and WhatsApp texting.
The company is a division of the ASI group. BizjetMobile’s solutions are the forerunner to ASIP Tech Inc’s world’s first Bluetooth airline passenger free texting solution called fflya, which was recently selected by Wizz Air.
BizjetMobile’s CEO Adam Chapman said: “We now have orders for new installations in the USA and Europe. Some are for fleet operators, who have been waiting for a cost-effective Internet solution. With over 100 hours of flight testing on the G450, we have clearly validated the benefits of BizjetInternet. If you want to cut your Wi-Fi bills by up to 95%, have your crew and passengers connected the entire flight with unlimited data and control Internet access, BizjetMobile has the solution. “
Passengers and crew can stay connected the entire flight using BizjetMobile’s unlimited Bluetooth texting services and only switch to Wi-Fi if they need it, and the company says shutting down Wi-Fi and background activity eliminates bill shock.