MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) now offers 30MB of complimentary in-flight WiFi for regular passengers and 100MB for business class passengers with “speeds that rival your regular on-ground connections” according to the airline.
Buying data in excess of the free allocation is also cheaper. In 2017, the rate was $5 for 35MB. Now, $5 buys a user 100MB. (READ: Who is first to offer WiFi inflight: PAL or Cebu Pacific?)
It might sound expensive but this is currently the norm for inflight WiFi. A travel website has a list published in 2018 of airlines offering inflight WiFi along with the costs, including another Filipino airline, Cebu Pacific. – Rappler.com