JetBlue now has free Wi-Fi on all flights

Tech 12-1-2017 Mashable 30
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Need a reason to fly with JetBlue? How about free in-flight Wi-Fi?

JetBlue announced Wednesday it has completed the expansion of Fly-Fi, its free in-flight Wi-Fi service, making it the only airline to offer wireless internet to customers at no additional cost.

Fly-Fi is now available on all 227 of the airline's planes, spanning the entire fleet of Airbus A320s, A321s and Embraer 190s.

SEE ALSO: In-flight Gogo Wi-Fi that's 10x faster is coming in 2018

JetBlue first introduced Fly-Fi on select planes in 2013 and the installation completion marks yet another milestone for the airline. 

The airline already offers a handful of in-flight entertainment options including anywhere between 36 and 100 channels of free DirecTV, depending on the specific aircraft; over 100 channels of free SiriusXM; free movies; and Amazon Video streaming. Read more...

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