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Online at 30,000 feet: How Gogo gets you connected in flight

Online at 30,000 feet: How Gogo gets you connected in flight

And what it'll take for the next big leap in inflight Wifi Beaming a slow internet signal from the ground to an airplane moving upward of 500 mph is hard on a good day. It takes dozens of towers on the ground, satellites in the air, and hundreds and hundreds of people just so you can check your...
AT&T

AT&T to launch in-flight Wifi service with air-to-ground LTE in 2015

Airline partners and specific launch plans have yet to be announced AT&T is set to take on the likes of Gogo in a battle for in-flight Wifi, as the carrier announced its plans to offer a service based on its current LTE network. Starting in late 2015, AT&T will begin to implement a new...
Gogo

Delta does Gogo Wifi on its first international flights

Good news for you folks who just have to stay connected while winging it to Asia: Delta has launched its first Wifi-enabled flights from Atlanta to Tokyo, and from Los Angeles to Tokyo. The initial rollout is on the 747-400. Gogo expects to complete installation on the rest of Delta's...
Glympse

Gogo and Glympse team up to let you share your location from 30,000 feet

Give those awaiting your arrival a better look at your flight progress Location sharing service Glympse is partnering with in-flight Wifi provider Gogo to let you share your location even while in the air. With this new development, you'll be able to share your flight status and location with...
Gogo

Gogo adds Amazon Payments to get your Android devices online on planes

If you want to get online with your Android smartphone or tablet on an airplane, you're going to have to use Gogo to do so. And now you'll be able to pay with Amazon Payments. The company this morning announced the additional method, which will be handy for those who have been entering their...
Android Inflight Wifi

Gogo: Airborne Android use up 400% in two years

If you're using in-flight Wifi on a plane over the United States, you're using Gogo's ground-to-air Internet service. And today the provider dropped a few statistical tidbits our way. The broad strokes are that 26 percent of smartphones connecting to Gogo's service are Android, with the rest...
Gogo in-flight internet

Gogo going to get your Android device online overseas in 2013

Here's some good nerd news for you road warriors who fly outside the U.S. Gogo has signed a deal that will bring in-flight Wifi to flights over portions of the Atlantic and north Pacific, and over Asia, South America, Africa and Australia. That means you can drag out the laptop if you want, but it...
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Gogo inflight Wifi coming to Canada next year

We're more than a year out from when we actually need to write this post, but whatever. When it comes to Canada, our motto is better get while the gettin's good. (At least that's what our Canada motto would be, if we actually had one.) Anyhoo. Gogo, the company that brings you that sweet, sweet...
Android Central

US Airways expanding Gogo Wifi to 90 percent of its aircraft

Good news for your frequent fliers who hit the skies with US Airways, as it announced today that it's adding Gogo Wifi service to its Airbus A319, A320 and A321 aircraft, as well as its Embraer 190s. (US Airways Express Embraer 170 and 175s also will be upgraded.) The expansion will bring Internet...
Gogo

Flying to SXSW? Get your Android device online at 35,000 feet free through March 16

Just a quick heads up for you folks flying to Austin, Texas, for SXSW -- GoGo Inflight Internet is free if you're flying on Alaska Airlines, American Airlines or Delta Air Lines to Austin from March 10-16. That means you can use the GoGo Android app to keep reading Android Central while you're at...

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