New Way To Get Free Gogo Wifi Every Time You Fly

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If you’re looking for a way to get free Gogo Wifi every time you fly, then you’re in luck if you’re a T-Mobile customer, since the carrier is rolling free wi-fi for all their customers plus free in-flight texting starting June 13. If you’re not a T-Mobile customer, this could be reason enough to switch over.

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Details:

T-Mobile is taking service to new heights with FREE Wi-Fi for an hour, plus unlimited in-flight texting, picture messaging, and access to T-Mobile Visual Voicemail on Gogo®-equipped flights.

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Terms and Conditions:

We are giving all customers on a T-Mobile branded plan a free hour of Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi on your smartphone. It works on ALL Gogo-equipped domestic flights. That’s on top of the free in-flight texting we introduced last year, which now includes free in-flight messaging with iMessage, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, and Viber—with more on the way.  

Any device with a valid T-Mobile phone number is eligible for the in-flight benefits. For the full experience of unlimited texting, please visit our support page to see a complete list of Wi-Fi Calling enabled devices (some devices may require a software update). Other devices can still use free 1 hour of data and iMessage, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp and Viber, all flight long for free.

Bottom Line

If you’re looking to get free Gogo Wifi, then you may consider switching to T-Mobile if you’re not with them already. I’m currently not, but this new perk makes it quite compelling, considering an annual plan with Gogo is over $650 a year.

What are your thoughts on this new benefit from T-Mobile?

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