Boingo Wireless Partners with Gogo for In-Flight Wi-Fi

Posted Jun 27, 2011

Boingo Wireless, purveyor of Wi-Fi hotspots on the ground, has partnered up with in-flight internet company Gogo. The union of the two means Boingo Wireless accounts can now go online on airplanes, using their existing account information. Boingo users will still have to pay an additional fee for their in-flight internet, but are now saved the hassle of creating a new user account after braving the TSA lines. Gogo provides Wi-Fi to most major airlines, so mile-high browsing for Boingo users will be as simple as clicking to accept the flight fee. [TechCrunch]