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Onboard Wi-Fi with Delta Airlines

Posted on: 06/11/2012

Wi-Fi on Delta Airlines Flights

A major US airline, Delta operates domestic and international flights in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. Delta carries passengers to more than 330 destinations around 57 countries with its 600 aircraft.

Delta has the largest fleet of Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft in the world. In 2008, Delta announced it would be installing the mobile broad band network “Gogo”, which enables customers traveling with Wi-Fi enabled devices, such as laptops, smartphones and PDAs, to access the Internet for a fee.

In early 2013, Delta Air Lines will begin offering in-flight Internet service on its long-haul international fleet of more than 150 aircraft, which includes Boeing 777, 767, 747, Airbus 330 and transoceanic Boeing 757 aircrafts. The international service will use high-bandwidth Ku-band capacity satellites to provide global coverage. When complete in 2015, Delta will operate approximately 1,000 Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft in its worldwide fleet.

Delta Airlines offer 3 different subscription services to meet the different needs of its passengers; with Delta 24 Hour Pass you can save on 24 hours of unlimited Internet on all Gogo equipped Delta flights. At only $12, it’s a great value if you’re flying more than 3 hours within a 24 hour period on Wi-Fi equipped* aircraft.

The best value for Delta frequent travelers is Delta Annual Wi-Fi Pass, which allows you to buy connectivity for a whole year with one simple transaction! A convenient one-time purchase of $399.95 for the entire year.

The Delta traveler Pass – monthly transcription-  is a great option for Delta frequent travelers. It offers you unlimited access on all Delta Wi-Fi equipped flights at a low monthly rate of $34.95.

Taking off doesn’t mean you have to disconnect. With Wi-Fi on more than 3,000 domestic daily flights through their partnership with Gogo Inflight Internet access, you can check email, connect with friends and family, or follow your favorite team, all above 10,000 feet. But you should know that cellular, Bluetooth and voice services, including Voice over Internet Protocol applications, may not be used while in flight.

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