GoldSeat Wants to Bring In-Flight Entertainment to the Masses

And how much will it cost? Nothing, perhaps, says [Gaurav Kapahi]. The company can’t share specifics of its deals with different bus companies, but according to him, GoldSeat sees this as a B2B service where it’s providing the solution to the transport companies – it’s up to them to decide how (or even if at all) to monetise it. Currently GoldSeat is partnered with a number of bus companies in the Northern and Western parts of India, but the vision is a lot bigger than that, with the next goal being to get on trains, and the Delhi Metro as well. – Gopal Sathe, Gadgets 360

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