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Gogo to increase rates for in-flight Wi-Fi in January 2013

Excerpt from FlyerTalk

Dec 29, 2012 12:43 am

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Gogo will likely continue to increase rates in small increments until the raises result in a critical loss of users. Interesting to note; however, that Gogo may soon have more competition after the FCC eased in-flight Internet licensing rules on Friday.

— Samantha Shankman

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FlyerTalk members have been receiving notifications that rates to access the Internet during flights using Gogo will increase in January of 2013.

For example, a subscription to The Traveler Pass — unlimited access to the Internet on your preferred airline — will increase five dollars from $34.95 per month to $39.95 per month.

Gogo also apparently had eliminated some options, as there are now only three available options which you may purchase before your flight on their official Internet web site.

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