Traditionally, it has been very expensive to make phone calls while on an airplane. With telecommunication convergence, there is no longer need for a distinction
between voice and data. Internet access on domestic flights can be purchased for as little as $7 per day/flight. After a long-standing ban on VoIP phone calls on
flights, airlines are now considering allowing VoIP calls using airplane WiFi. One can quickly see that 200 people making phone calls can become a significant
disturbance, especially when you are trapped in an aluminum can for 15+ hours. Give your opinion on whether telephone conversations should be allowed on airplanes and
suggest possible compromises.
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