Brazilian carrier Latam, part of the largest aircraft in Latin America with subsidiaries in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, and Peru – has introduced in-flight WiFi on board nine A319 airplanes in domestic flights.

The service will also be given to flights to various destinations in Latin America. The framework is a piece of the Latam Play platform, which expects to unite both channel connectivity and content.

The 2Ku in-flight, satellite-bolstered Wi-Fi technology is given by Gogo, a US-based supplier of in-flight broadband Internet and other connectivity services for both commercial and business flights.

The carrier expects that 30 airships of the Airbus A320 family (which incorporates both A319 and A320) will offer the service before the finish of 2018.

The service will be charged at less than $2 an hour and offer bundles running from email and messaging to browsing and streaming.

The Latam Play stage, which as of now has more than four million downloads, offers 80 motion pictures and in excess of 300 series, and additionally music, flight maps, day by day news and programming for children. It is accessible for iOS and Android.