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T-Mobile Adds United to Free In-flight Wi-Fi Perk

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Friday, 8:36 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

Eligible T-Mobile customers receive free in-flight Wi-Fi — including streaming — on American, Delta, Alaska, and now United, for the whole duration of the flight. The perk applies to domestic and short-haul international flights. On United, it's now available on planes outfitted with Viasat or Thales connectivity. This includes United's 737s, MAX8s, MAX9s, select 757-300s, and select A319s. It will be coming soon to planes with other systems — such as Gogo or Panasonic — as well as United Express flights. United recently lowered its Wi-Fi rates to $10 per flight, or $8 for MileagePlus members.

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gloopey1

Friday, 9:16 PM

"The Good Old Days"

Does anyone really yearn for "the good old days" when we had dozens of wireless companies offering expensive plans that contained limited minutes of calling and no features or perks?

I don't fly, but for those who do, this is a great perk. Congratulations T-Mobile for doing this. Now, the other guys will have to do likewise to compete. Competition is a good thing. It brings innovation and better products over time.
 
 
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