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So you can stay connected while you’re in the air this Thanksgiving holiday!
I’ll show you how to take advantage of this deal. Along with other ways to save on in-flight Wi-Fi!
Free In-Flight Wi-Fi From T-Mobile
The deal is good even if you’re NOT a T-Mobile customer! And includes unlimited texting and picture messaging too. 😉
You can get your free hour once you’ve reached cruising altitude by clicking the T-Mobile banner on Gogo’s homepage from your mobile device.
Note: The terms on the T-Mobile promotion page indicate you must be a T-Mobile customer to get the free hour of Wi-Fi. But their press release specifically states you do NOT have to be a T-Mobile customer.
Need More Than an Hour?
Don’t forget, you can get a huge discount on Gogo in-flight internet when you buy a Wi-Fi pass BEFORE you’re on the plane.
And there are a couple of credit cards that offer perks like credits towards the purchase of in-flight internet vouchers.
With the Discover it Miles card, you’ll get up to $30 per cardmember year for in-flight Wi-Fi purchases.
And the The Enhanced Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN comes with free Boingo internet at places like airports, malls, and attractions. Plus 10 Gogo in-flight internet passes each year.
Check out my post about all the ways to get free in-flight Wi-Fi.
And if you need more internet time, you can save a lot by purchasing internet passes before your flight.