JetBlue recently announced a new partnership with the Wall Street Journal.
With this new partnership they’ll be offering free WSJ digital access onboard .
While I can’t say that I’m a Wall Street Journal reader, it’s still nice to see another option get added for inflight entertainment.
Access to The WSJ online will be through JetBlue’s free inflight internet, called Fly-Fi. It will also be available starting in March at JFK’s T5 when connected to the terminal’s free WiFi.
There is also a special offer related to this partnership worth looking into if you’re a frequent reader of the WSJ.
Check out the offer in the graphic below:
If you decide to sign up for this free offer just be careful, after your 4 free weeks are up, your credit card will be charged $32.99 (and for months thereafter). Unless you’re willing to pay for the subscription set yourself a reminder to cancel.
Find out more about the offer here.