Airlines hand out iPads to view in-flight entertainment; Turkcell Superonline establishes new interconnection agreements

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Rob_Powell: The Internet, but not as we know it. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Some airlines are handing out iPads to passengers instead of wiring planes for in-flight movies. Article

> FreeConferenceCall.com International won a People's Choice Stevie Award for Favorite Telecommunications Company. Release

> Turkcell Superonline signed direct access agreements with major international service providers including Tata Communications, Deutsche Telekom and Inteliquent to expand its reach. Article

> AT&T donated $100,000 to the New Learning Resources School District to help at-risk high school students complete school and prepare for future. Release

And finally … A columnist at The Guardian thinks that putting a £2 ($3.24) per month levy on broadband could save the UK's newspapers. Article

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