Sunday, December 12, 2010

Delta offers free Wi-Fi on flights during the holidays

Taking off doesn't mean you have to disconnect, especially this holiday season. With Wi-Fi on more than 2,200 domestic daily flights, you can check email, connect with friends and family, or catch the big game above 10,000 feet.

Delta Airlines has teamed up with Google Chrome — a really fast web browser — to offer complimentary Gogo® Inflight Internet on all Wi-Fi-equipped Delta flights through January 2, 2011.

Shop, surf or just stay in touch onboard your upcoming flight. To connect for free, just follow these easy steps:
  • Look for decals indicating your flight has Wi-Fi or check the seatback pocket for more information
  • Enable Wi-Fi on your laptop or handheld device
  • Select the 'gogoinflight' wireless network and launch your Web browser which will re-direct to
  • Click the 'Connect to the Internet' button to access free Wi-Fi courtesy of Google Chrome
For more information, check your seat pocket for the in-flight Internet information card or Sky magazine's In-flight Communication page.

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