Gogo has been a provider of in-flight WiFi since 2008. Fifteen airlines currently partner with Gogo, including British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, Gol linhas aereas, Aeromexico, American Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, Japan Airlines, ITA, United Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Vietnam Airlines. In the U.S., you can buy plans that vary from 1-hour passes upward to an annual plan. But, of course, that’s usually gonna cost ya.
However, as a Labor Day gift to all, on this Monday only, T-Mobile is going to give every person who flies domestically on planes equipped with Gogo a FREE HALF HOUR of Gogo service on their smart phones!
Here’s their press release about it:
It’s a nice way to get a taste of what T-Mobile offers its customers all the time – free messaging, visual voicemail, and texting all flight long, plus a free hour of smartphone Wi-Fi on all Gogo-equipped domestic flights. And customers who have T-Mobile ONE Plus service get free Gogo Wi-Fi for the entire flight when they fly.
That’s in addition to other included great travel benefits like unlimited texting and data in over 210 global destinations (that’s why Joe and I switched from AT&T to T-Mobile) and 5GB of included high-speed data for your trips to Mexico or Canada. Yeah…it doesn’t stink.
Meanwhile, regardless of which carrier you have, if you fly domestically on a Gogo-equipped plane this coming Labor Day Monday, you’ll get a free half hour of data on your smart phone, thanks to T-Mobile. Enjoy!
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