Surfing the Internet while flying used to feel like a modern miracle. But in the decade since airlines first began rolling out the service, we’ve come to expect that most flights will have some kind of web access.
Checking email, Facebook and Twitter from the air has begun to feel like an essential — one we’re willing to pay for.
Gogo, the most prevalent provider of in-flight WiFi in the United States, has more than doubled its connectivity prices on some of its routes, as the New York Times’ Brian X. Chen reported this week. For example, someone read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com