7 Responses

  1. Dave
    Dave at |

    Some credit cards give free Gogo passes that were useful on AA. My City National card has this benefit. I consider such cardholders “losers” in this deal as well.

  2. Joshua Sauberman
    Joshua Sauberman at |

    IDK what pricing looks like on ViaSat, but if it’s anything like Gogo’s on-board pricing, then customers will likely lose.

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      The airline typically has a large say in the pricing with the ViaSat product, unlike with Gogo. On JetBlue it is mostly free (there is a premium option for VPN use) while UA charges $2 or $4 per hour, with the ability to pause the connection and save your time. Both of those are cheaper than what Gogo generally prices connections at on flights.

    2. Joshua Sauberman
      Joshua Sauberman at |

      Well, I hope it’s a bit cheaper than $16/$27 (TCON); especially, after today’s enhancements.