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Airline passengers can pay for in-flight Wi-Fi on Amazon

Airline passengers can pay for in-flight Wi-Fi on Amazon

Gogo users can now pay for in-flight internet access using their Amazon accounts.

In-flight internet provider Gogo has teamed up with Amazon in a partnership that will allow users to pay for their online sessions using their Amazon accounts.

The move is meant to save users from having to re-enter payment information and billing addresses by using the information stored in their Amazon accounts to pay for the service securely.

After launching their internet browser, users will be presented with an “Pay with Amazon” icon. The service is being made available on laptops, tablets and mobile devices.

The in-flight Wifi service is available on carriers such as American Airlines, US Airways, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and Virgin America.


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