A Growing Reliance on Mobile Connectivity: What Everybody Ought to Know About Mobile Ticketing
Between 2011 and 2013, the mobile airline boarding passes grew from 280 million to 480 million. You expect your boarding pass to load on your phone, but when it doesn’t, what do you say to airport security?
More and more people are using mobile tickets, but what will you do when your mobile ticket is not working because of faulty service? Spend time going back to get a printed ticket then get back in line? We’re here to make sure you don’t have to spend more time in lines. Rely on Octavia Technologies. Let us know where you run into problems, we’re here to help.
You can help us get airports connected by letting us know where you run into problems. In the mean time, share these tips with your friends!
Techniques to prevent mobile ticketing from failing:
Get access to free wifi at the airport. The majority of airports today have wifi services, some require you to pay, some may not. Be careful with the Free Public Wifi networks. You’ll get online, but they may be networks trying to steal information. Try a website like loungeguide.net to find an airport lounge with free wifi. (Type wifi and name of the airport)
Take a screenshot of your boarding ticket.
Save the webpage with your boarding ticket for offline access.
Download a pdf of boarding pass if sent to email.
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