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Delta and Virgin America passengers get free inflight access to eBay via Gogo Wi-Fi

Excerpt from The Next Web

Aug 13, 2012 9:41 am

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Inflight Wi-Fi company Gogo provides free Wi-Fi for a number of partners, but probably hopes customers will end up paying Gogo to reach the sites they care about instead of browsing eBay for free.

— Samantha Shankman

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In-flight connectivity service provider Gogo this morning announced that it has signed up a new partner for its digital multimedia platform. Starting today, passengers of both Delta Air Lines and Virgin America will get free access to e-commerce juggernaut eBay.

Ebay joins a list of Gogo partners that includes Amazon.com (as well as Zappos.com), StubHub, OpenTable and Hotel Tonight, among others.

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