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Aircell expands Gogo price options

15th July 2009 - 15:46 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


To accommodate the growth of airlines deploying Gogo Inflight Internet and passengers’ varied travel needs, Aircell has launched two new pricing options for the service.

These are Gogo Flight Pass, for short haul flights, and Gogo 24-Hour Pass, aimed to make using Gogo easier for passengers making one or more Gogo-enabled connections or same day roundtrips.

“Gogo Inflight Internet is for everyone, and our customers are as different as the destinations they choose and reasons they travel,” said Tom Weigman, executive vice-president of wireless services at Aircell. “Our goal is to offer a service and pricing structure that will meet each of their unique needs.”

Prices for the two new options, and the service received for the fee, are
-- $5.95 for Gogo Flight Pass, whcih allows connection using any Wi-Fi-enabled device on equipped flights across flights lasting approximately 1.5 hours or less; available on AirTran Airways, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Virgin America.
-- $12.95 for Gogo 24-Hour Pass, which enables passenger to connect using Wi-Fi-enabled devices during a 24-hour period on equipped flights on a single airline; initially available on AirTran Airways and Delta Air Lines.

For those travelling almost constantly, Aircell also offers the Gogo 30-Day Pass, which allows unlimited use of the service over a 30-day period on a single airline for $49.95. This pass is currently available on Delta, Virgin America and AirTran flights. Standard mid-range (approximately 1.5 to 3 hours) and long haul Gogo Flight Pass pricing is still set at $9.95 and $12.95, respectively.

Aircell says it will continually assess customer feedback and work to provide the most innovative and convenient offerings to customers. Accordingly, Gogo pricing and accessibility options will continue to expand throughout 2009, and Aircell will explore additional Gogo subscription options, to offer passengers the ultimate access to inflight internet.



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