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Google giving three airlines free in-flight Wi-Fi for the holidays

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Nov 2010 19:55

Google giving three airlines free in-flight Wi-Fi for the holidays Google has announced today that it has partnered with Delta, AirTran and Virgin America to offer holiday travelers free in-flight Wi-Fi for domestic flights in the U.S.
The promotion starts on the 20th and will end on January 2nd, 2011.

Google will offer the Wi-Fi through Gogo, which normally costs $11 per day for in-flight broadband.

The Google Chrome team is sponsoring the free Wi-Fi, but the company made sure to note you can access it with any browser.

Overall, the promotion is expected to affect 15 million travelers on 700 planes.

Google offered the same promotion last year for the same period.

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