Now that an increasing number of airlines offer inflight Internet on international routes out of Australia, the option of sky-high WiFi on your domestic Qantas or Virgin Australia flight is also slowly becoming a matter of when rather than if.
The NBN will bring its SkyMuster satellite online from the middle of next year, with the potential to deliver medium-speed connections to Aussie aircraft, while Inmarsat's advanced Ka-band Global Express network can serve up what's closer to a broadband experience at 40,000 feet.
And as previously reported, Telstra has conducted its own trials of a ground-based 4G network on the busy Sydney-Melbourne corridor.
So, once inflight Internet arrives on domestic Australian flights, how much would you be prepared to pay for it?
We've put together this snap survey to find out.
Categories include flights up to three hours, which covers the majority of flights between the east coast cities; and 4-6 hours, which includes coast-to-coast and trans-Tasman services.
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