Which Airline Is Now Offering Free WiFi On All Flights?

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If you are like me, when you fly you can’t wait until the WiFi connects on your flight so that you can get reconnected after taking off. On many a recent Delta flight, the GoGo WiFI has been less than reliable. Regardless, I love being able to work onboard my flights and now, JetBlue has “free high-speed Wi-Fi at every seat” on every flight!

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Why fly with Fly-Fi? (Now say that five times fast!)
With Fly-Fi, the things you do daily on your computer, tablet or smartphone can be done in the air – and with impressive speed! Surf, browse, upload, download, search, stream, play, read, watch, listen, write, click, send, receive, buy, “like,” post, blog, Instagram, tweet, book a JetBlue flight, you name it. Fly-Fi won’t leave your web priorities up in the air.

What’s the cost of Fly-Fi?
Fly-Fi is free to all customers.

Is Fly-Fi Internet available everywhere JetBlue flies?
Fly-Fi Internet connectivity is currently available only over the contiguous U.S. For flights originating outside of the contiguous U.S., Fly-Fi Internet connectivity will be available once the aircraft returns to the coverage area. This coverage area does not necessarily guarantee service availability.

Bottom Line

This is such great news from JetBlue and hopefully more airlines will follow in JetBlue’s footsteps and offer free WIFI in every seat!

HT: Millionmilesecrets

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