By: Extra Eric

Wow this would be epic.

Mashable is reporting that Netflix is looking to partner with airlines in an effort to bring streaming to the sky.

“The company announced at Monday’s 2017 APEX Expo that it’s looking to partner with airline carriers in hopes of sharing its low-bandwidth mobile streaming technology with them to improve in-flight wi-fi speeds.”

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Currently, you can download whatever you want to watch prior to being in the sky without wifi, but that doesn’t help when you want to watch something else mid-flight.

“Netflix has since partnered with Aeromexico, Qantas, and Virgin Australia — so it’ll be interesting to see how the company takes on American carriers in the coming months.”

This needs to happen!


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