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Lock In a Price Now, as Gogo Hikes Monthly In-Flight WiFi Rates

April 2, 2014 at 5:49 AM | by | ()

We have become pretty darn accustomed to enjoying in-flight WiFi on plenty of flights to here and there, and in many case we have the folks over at Gogo to thank for the connectivity and convenience. Well as you know things cost money, and now it looks like the WiFi waves might just set you back a few more bucks.

Most of the rates and options are staying the same, but for those frequent flyers that purchase things for months at time—now’s the time to lock in the previous rate. The Traveler Pass is currently being sold for $39.95 per month, and that will get you access to any and all WiFi enabled flights aboard your one preferred airline. The option is valid now through April 13; however, if you wait too long things it sounds like things will jump up by $10 more per month.

Passes are available for the newly married carriers like American Airlines and US Airways, and there are also options for those who prefer to fly with Delta, Virgin America, Alaska Airlines, or AirTran. Locking in the price it the current rate will extend into the foreseeable future, as Gogo will go ahead and continue to bill you each and every month.

Sure there’s a little bit of a commitment here, but we do believe that you can go ahead and cancel at anytime. So if you’ve been enjoying emailing and what not at 35,000-feet, now might be a great time to go ahead and pledge your allegiance to in-flight WiFi and Gogo—while saving a few bucks in the long run.

[Photo: Jaunted]

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