Liquid Boss Calls Out British Airways for Poor Wi-Fi

 Liquid Boss Calls Out British Airways for Poor Wi-Fi

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 09: British Airways plane taxies after landing at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 on September 9, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Group Chief Technology and Innovation officer, Liquid Intelligent Technologies (formerly Liquid Telecom) Ben Roberts has called out British Airways for poor Wi-fi connection in their flight.

In a tweet tagging the airline, Robert termed the Wi-fi as useless having had to endure it for 9 hours on flight BA65.

” I was conned by your £4.99 ‘messaging and social media’ package. Twitter, MS Teams, email, LinkedIn did not work at all. Whatsapp sent one or 2 mesages every hour if lucky. Fraudulent”. said Robert.

According to Roberts, the airline had a social media package retail for £4.99 ( approx. KES 760) per person per device which would give passengers Wi-fi to connect to twitter, MS Teams, emails, Linked In and WhatsApp.

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