Prepare to pay more for in-flight Wi-Fi on most airlines: Gogo raising prices
Gogo, the world’s largest provider of inflight Internet, is unveiling a new and unreasonable price structure. One-time flight passes are being discontinued. Travelers wishing to get on the Net will asked be fork over $10 an hour for the privilege of using Gogo if they don’t have a subscription. For a cross-country flight, that’s equivalent to a monthly allowance of five gigabytes from a major carrier like Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint (which typically costs $50 - $60).