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Free In-Flight Internet for the Holidays

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This is just a quick note to point out that GoGo is offering free in-flight internet via a series of promo codes. Airlines offering GoGo include Air Canada, AirTran, American, Delta, United, and Virgin America, though they don’t offer service on every flight.

Apparently these codes are only good once per account, but you can sign up with any name/e-mail address and there is no credit card requirement. In other words, you should be able to use these codes as often as you want until they expire.

Without further ado, here they are…

Expiring 12/31/2009:

Expiring 1/7/2010:

We’re actually flying cross-country for the Holidays, so I’ve clipped them into Evernote for easy access and will definitely be trying this out.

Source: FlyerTalk via MyMoneyBlog

Published on December 17th, 2009 - 2 Comments
Filed under: Travel

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2 Responses to “Free In-Flight Internet for the Holidays”

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    Steph Says:

    I was on delta airlines recently and I tried to use their free net however my computer wouldn’t connect! Everyone elses did though. The codes are in the magazine in the pouch in front of you seat, and the flight attendant has some cods as well in case you forget to print off this page or write them down.

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    Lissa Says:

    It was nice over Thanksgiving to have free access from eBay during our Delta flight. At that time, there was no code and you didn’t need an account. My iPhone worked like a charm! (and yes, I was a total dork and tweeted and emailed my mom about it haha)

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