It was also nice to disconnect from the online world for a bit. I didn’t get on the internet or even attempt to until the last few days of our trip. Not having internet allowed me to catch up on sleep and finish off a book in no time!
Gogo Inflight Internet is now introducing a cheaper, daily way to connect.
Gogo All-Day Passes cost $14 per day. They come with 24 hours of continuous use on the same airline.
I find this to be a bit on the pricey side and don’t see myself paying for a pass on a regular basis. However, if you have a long flight and really need to get some work done I could see the value in connecting at 30,000 feet.
I’d probably find value in using the internet and buying a pass at under $10 per day (depending on the length of my flight) and now there is a way.
Last week I used Gogo Inflight internet on Thanksgiving during our flights to Florida with Air Tran. This definitley helped to pass the time during the trip and I even got to finish a post or two while up in the air!
I just received an e-mail from Gogo offering 30% Off Your First Month.