Virgin America

Virgin America

It was just a week ago that we reported AirTran would be the first airline in the U.S. to offer Wi-Fi on every flight, but Richard Branson and the team at Virgin America weren’t going to let another airline claim that title. As of today, passengers on any of Virgin America’s 100 daily flights will be able to use Wi-Fi thanks to Aircell’s Gogo network.

There’s also a power outlet available on every seat, which means there’s now absolutely no excuse to not be working during the flight for employees whose pointy haired bosses choose to fly them around the country on Virgin America.

Gogo Wi-Fi costs $12.95 for flights over three hours, $9.95 for flights less than three hours, $5.95 on red-eye flights and $7.95 for handheld devices on flights of any length.

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