The technology to make this happen comes from Gogo and its new Gogo Vision service, with every Scoot flight already equipped and ready for you to tap into the streaming goodness. Access is as simple as getting the access code from one of the flight attendants and downloading the software.
iPad users beware: you need to download the app before you fly, but Android users can download in-flight over the wifi network that is strictly used for streaming media, not browsing the internet (yet).
Cost for the great service? Not too pricey at $15 for those flying in economy and, if you are lucky enough to snag the upgrade to ScootBiz, you get it for free. That's a $5 savings over renting one of the airline's iPads. One additional note: the $15 price is if you pre-book online before heading to the airport, otherwise it's a dollar more at $16.
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