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Why Gogo should raise the price on inflight WiFi

Technology : Venture Beat

Guest Post To understand Gogo's economics challenge, you first have to know that there is limited bandwidth to each aircraft -- a peak 3.1 Mbps of bandwidth to share among 100+ passengers. (For comparison, I regularly get 15Mbps-25M...

Gogo Announces Ground to Orbit, 60 Mbps In-Flight Internet Service

Humor : Laughing Squid

Gogo has announced Gogo GTO (or Ground to Orbit), a new service that uses “proprietary hybrid technology” to allow in-flight internet on their airline partners to peak at speeds of 60 Mbps (currently maxes at 9.8 Mbps). GTO is descr...

American's Patchy New Inflight WiFi Will Use ViaSat And New Gogo 2Ku Technology

Technology : Forbes: Tech

There's been a bit of a spat brewing between American Airlines and Gogo, the airline's primary provider of inflight connectivity, over the last few months as American pushes for better internet speedswithin its fleetand Gogo tries t...

American Airlines Drops Lawsuit Against GoGo, Still Wants Faster WiFi

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist

Earlier this month, American Airlines sued their in-flight WiFi provider, GoGo, over what the airline considers unacceptably slow connection speeds. Today, the airline announced that it has dropped the lawsuit, but still plans to lo...

Virgin Flights May Get 70 Mbps Internet

Technology : Geeks are Sexy

Virgin Atlantic customers could get in-flight WiFi with speeds of up to 70 Mbps thanks to a new deal. The airline has partnered with Gogo, a firm that already provides in-flight Internet access. At the moment the speeds top out at j...


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