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Please don’t name your wifi hotspot as “mobile detonation device”

Boeing 777

Please don’t name your wifi hotspot as “mobile detonation device”

Think that you are in a plane, and you are playing with your phone. Then, you see a wifi hotspot named “Mobile Detonation Device”. What will you do? Well, ask to this plane’s passenger because that actually¬†happened. Passengers on the flight QF481 saw this name, and they have asked the cabin crew. However, nobody knew where the device was located in.

After captain announced that they will not be able to flight if the device is not located, the flight was delayed. Then, they decide to move the plane. When they did so, the wifi covered a fair distance which meant the wifi was probably in the terminal. Even though the passengers couldn’t see that wifi hotspot after some point, some of the passengers did not fell comfortable to make the flight. However, the flight was done ( without some passengers ) and the plane did not explode.

This shows that do not name your wifi with stupid threatened names.


Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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