Thanksgiving Travel: 1 Free Hour of Gogo In-Flight Wi-Fi From T-Mobile This Week
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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. The information for the Discover it Miles card has been collected independently by Million Mile Secrets. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer
Or consider the U.S. Bank FlexPerks® Travel Rewards Visa Signature® card, that comes with 12 Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi passes per 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.
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