JetBlue’s free high-speed Wi-Fi is now available on all flights
Wednesday, 11 January 2017
JetBlue has completed its rollout of Fly-Fi, it’s free high-speed internet service, to its entire fleet of planes. The service, which launched in 2013, offers speeds between 12-15Mbps (although those speeds may dip if everyone is streaming Netflix), and is available at every seat, far exceeding the usual GoGo Inflight experience found on most airlines these days.
Given that inflight Wi-Fi usually costs around $20 on most major airlines, JetBlue is stepping into unchartered territories. It remains to be seen if any of its competitors will follow its lead, but for now you can stay connected on JetBlue flights and save a few bucks at the same time.
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JetBlue is the first American carrier to offer free wi-fi on all their flights
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