Free In-Flight WiFi on Delta For Blackberry Users

Apr 16, 2013

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To celebrate the launch of its new Z10, Blackberry has teamed up with Delta to offer its users free in-flight WiFi on all domestic Delta flights from now through June 30, 2013.

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All you’ve got to do is launch your browser once the WiFi is enabled, the GoGo page should load and you can connect and surf with the click of a button.

While I’m an iPhone user myself, I still miss my Blackberry Curve days of rapid typing. 3 years into the iPhone and I still get annoyed with the touchpad, but the internet browsing experience is so much superior to the old Crackberry, that I couldn’t go back because Apple has me wrapped around their finger since my life is all interconnected with: iPhone, MacBook Pro, iPad, Apple TV, iTunes/ homesharing, etc. so even if the new Blackberry is “better”, I still wouldn’t switch. However, if you want to check out the product, their “tour” has locations in the following airports:

Atlanta

Boston Logan

Chicago O’Hare

Washington Reagan

Washington Dulles

Los Angeles LAX

Miami

New York LaGuardia

Seattle Sea-Tac

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It’s part of Blackberry’s Keep Moving Tour to launch the new device, and it’s geared especially toward business travelers who want to check it out while on the go. And if you have a Blackberry, might as well take advantage of the free WiFi if you’re flying on Delta for the next few months.

Have any of you had a chance to test out the new device? How is it?

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