What's very cool is that Jetblue plans to offer free basic in-flight WiFi once they flip the switch. Naturally you'll then have pricing options for faster WiFi, or more devices or whatever they decide to do to make some cash off the service. Fingers crossed that they'll revive the beloved All-You-Can-Jet Pass, but make it, like, "All-You-Can-Jet (Plus 'Net)." We salivate at the thought.
With only like six months to go until they've got to make good on their promise, JetBlue's decided to spend some time majorly geeking out on how advanced their Ka-band satellite internet will be. Just look at the neat-o, boasty graphics on their blog.
If you only remember two things from all this news, let it be these facts: JetBlue is starting up in-flight WiFi in early 2013 and, since it's supercharged satellite-based, you'll be able to use it even on their international routes. Foursquare check-ins from over Cuba, ahoy!