Free WiFi on Delta, Virgin America and AirTran Courtesy of Google

by on November 8, 2010 · 4 comments

in AirTran, Delta, Virgin America

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Google is giving us frequent flyers an early holiday gift: free wifi on Delta, Virgin America and AirTran from Nov 20- Jan 2.

The catch? You have to try out the Google Chrome browser briefly, which they are hoping will increase their market share. Not a totally shameless gift, but I’ll certainly try out a new browser for a $9.95-$12.95 internet session.

My only concern about this promo is that with so many people taking advantage of WiFi, the speeds may be intolerably slow. I love GoGo inflight wireless, but it can be slow at times and I can’t imagine how it will be with everyone logged in.

Feel free to report your free wifi experience below (after Nov 20).

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  • Fleish

    I would have gladly paid $13 to avoid 50% packet loss during my 5 hour flight across the country last night. Thanks Google!

  • The Points Guy

    Agree- I had a delta flight with painstakingly slow connection speed. Very frustrating

  • jessica

    Soooo slow. It took forever just to load this page :/

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