Delta Passengers flying this holiday season will have no problem staying
connected in the sky, that’s because Google Chrome has teamed up with
Delta Air Lines to offer customers complimentary Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi.
Passengers can plug in through January 2, 2011 via their laptop or
mobile devices.

Delta offers in-flight Wi-Fi access aboard more than 2,200 domestic
daily flights through their partnership with Gogo Inflight. That means
on your next flight you can pass the time checking important emails,
staying in touch with friends and family, or watching your favorite movie.

Simply sign up for a Gogo Inflight account and choose either a 30-day
pass or individual session. In order to fly in the sky with Wi-Fi, look
for the Wi-Fi symbol on your next Delta flight. 

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