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Here's How to Get a Month of Free Inflight Wi-Fi With a Hertz Car Rental

June 11, 2019
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Here's How to Get a Month of Free Inflight Wi-Fi With a Hertz Car Rental
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Hertz is handing out vouchers for a month of free inflight Wi-Fi with iPass on qualifying car rentals. TPG confirmed directly with Hertz that the offer isn't targeted and is available to all customers.

While the public offer page requires a rental of at least five consecutive days, TPG's Executive News Editor Scott Mayerowitz, a Hertz President’s Circle member, received an email offer which only requires a rental of three consecutive days — so keep an eye on your inbox.

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To take advantage, you'll need to rent an intermediate car class or larger for at least three or five days, after which you'll receive an activation email from Hertz "no later than seven days after vehicle pickup." Activate that email, and it'll trigger a second email with a Wi-Fi voucher code. Head to, input the code and enjoy a month of gratis Wi-Fi in airports, inflight and at iPass hotspots in cities around the globe.

Free Gogo on Delta's A220 is a sweet deal for Hertz members (Photo by Darren Murph/The Points Guy)

iPass operates over 50 million Wi-Fi hotspots in more than 180 countries and territories from more than 150 network providers. Critically, it also partners with Gogo, Deutsche Telekom and Panasonic Avionics Corporation, enabling this voucher to keep you connected while in the air on many airlines (Delta, American and United among them).

The offer is valid through Dec. 31, 2019, and you can get started with your next rental by visiting the Hertz promo page here.

Featured image by Getting a bit of work done aboard an Air France 777 from Tahiti to Los Angeles (Photo by Darren Murph/The Points Guy)

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