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

Skift Take

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

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.

Tags: gogo, in-flight, wi-fi

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