Here's a sweet promotion for frequent fliers: if you buy an HTC HD2, you can connect it to Aircell's in-flight Wi-Fi service for free for six months. That usually costs around $13 per flight.
Aircell announced the promotion today, to correspond with the launch of the phone. Its Wi-Fi service, Gogo, is available on hundreds of commercial aircraft including Delta, American Airlines, US Airways, and Alaska Airlines. The only major flight carrier that uses a competing service is Southwest Airlines.
Aircell says that 30% of Gogo customers access the Web from a mobile device during their online session.
"Aircell is constantly striving to partner with companies that can enrich the inflight experience. With the newest smartphone from T-Mobile, we can provide our customers with a simple, yet powerful way to stay connected, even at 35,000 feet," said Aircell president and CEO Michael Small.
The free Wi-Fi promotion lasts through June 30, 2011.
Check out I4U's previous HTC HD2 coverage.
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