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In-flight WiFi is about to suck less… in 2018

Opting for in-flight WiFi is typically a no-win situation. On longer flights, it’s both expensive and slow. Shorter flights aren’t really worth the price tag. Gogo Inc., the largest provider of in-flight WiFi, promises it’s doing all it can to suck a little less. The internet provider has partnerships with 17 airlines, covering 2,700 commercial planes and 7,000 business aircraft.
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