Wednesday, January 22, 2014

In-Flight Wi-Fi aboard Delta for just $2

Using internet on laptops or mobile phones when travelling by air is a big handicap in the absence of on-board of wi-fi facilities.

To ease the agony of passengers, America's Delta Air has introduced an in-flight Wi-Fi product Wednesday. The in-flight Wi-Fi Mobile Pass is available for as low as $1.95 on flights shorter than two hours. The price increases depending on the length of flight and route.

The pass allows flyers to use mobile messaging apps and browse the Internet on their smartphones at a discounted cost. Travellers can pay for a full-day of browsing on tablets and laptops for $14.

It may be added that Southwest recently introduced gate-to-gate messaging services starting at $2.

( via Mashable )

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