Google Chrome gifting In-Flight WiFi for the Holidays

| November 10, 2010 | 1 Reply

If you’ll be spending your holiday season up in the air, Google Chrome is back to help you pass that flight time by offering free In-flight WiFi courtesy of GoGo In-Flight WiFi. definitely a huge expansion on last year’s Google experiment with free WiFi in airport terminals. While the terminal service will still be offered, the Google Chrome sponsored In-flight service will let all travelers stay connected from the ground up, as long as your current device is WiFi enabled of course. The service will be offered on Virgin America, AirTran, and Delta flights, and will begin on November 20th and run out the holidays, ending on January 2nd, 2011. Check out the airline links for more info, and start planning your holiday rush.

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