In-Flight Internet Access Is On Its Way
The program requires that you sign up with the Gogo® in-flight internet service. I have done so, and it is quite easy. Since registering with Gogo®, I have flown Delta three times. Although the sign-up process was relatively easy, none of my flights have actually offered the service. However, here's what to do in order to ensure you are ready as this service is phased in.
Once you have gone through these steps and created an account, you may add your credit card information for immediate access, or add it later. Gogo takes Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express, which will likely cover all business and personal credit options. The card number, security code and expiration date is required, like any other online purchase. Also, once you have an active account, you can access it to make any necessary changes and to monitor your charges and time used in your “purchase history”.
Once accessed, this in-flight internet service will allow you to send text and instant messages, and access your email and the internet to make your time in the air more productive. Not to mention the value of sharing information in real time when the need arises. On these flights you will no longer have the limitation of being “out of pocket” while flying to your destination. This could be invaluable on a business trip.
Delta’s website contains pertinent information about costs and availability. Gogo® access will be offered at $9.95 on flights of three hours or less, and $12.95 for longer flights. It seems that the goal is phase in this service on all domestic flights before the end of 2009.
I look forward to reviewing the service once I take a flight with this new option. In the meantime, if you beat me to it, please scroll down to link to my forum and tell us all about it. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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