Starting this month, Delta will be introducing free in-flight messaging for all of its customers.
So, while everyone was shuffling their feet back to work, Alaska buried the fact they’re now offering free in-flight messaging on all of their planes.
Do you know how you can make your own Google custom map? After what feels like forever, Google has finally integrated it into their own mobile apps.
Because we’ve been so busy on vacation—look, it’s hard work sleeping and sipping on margaritas—there’s a bit of a pivotal news we’ve missed out since we’ve been gone. One of them being T-Mo customers now get free Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi.
There’s never full access on the entire flight going across the ocean.
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Is CouchSurfing old school? Tourlina is a mobile app looking to revamp how us ladies connect with each other on the road, because, sometimes it’s better to have two heads working together instead of one.
There’s nothing like free or cheap in-flight Wi-Fi, and in-flight Wi-Fi doesn’t come cheap.
There’s power adapters, and then there’s the Granddaddy of all travel adapters. Unfortunately, this means I’m going to have to eat my words about what I said about this generic $3 adapter I energetically wrote almost three years ago. (It’s still awesome as a budget, no-frills adapter.)
Sending a letter is an art of it’s own. But first, you’re gonna need some stamps.
Maybe I’m a little bit late on the game here but since September, T-Mobile customers can text in-flight for free in conjunction with Gogo.
Maybe I’m a sucker because I pay for in-flight Wi-Fi. Turns out there’s a bunch of services on your phone that work without needing to pay up.