Free Wi-Fi for Smart Phones on Alaska Airlines
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(Posted: Aug 1, 2011)
Passengers on Alaska Airlines will be able get online for free in August and September when using their smart phone or iPod touch to access in-flight Wifi.
Passengers who rent a digEplayer, Alaska's portable inflight entertainment system, will also receive complimentary Internet access.
Travelers can browse the web, access online music, send and receive email and connect to virtual private networks during their flight with Gogo Wi-Fi service.
The free Internet is only offered to iPod touch and smart phone users. Log on with a laptop, netbook, iPad or tablet and you'll have to pay $4.95 or more, depending on the length of the flight.
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