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Are you someone who gets bored on flights easily and wishes there was a simple way to chat with friends while you’re in the air? Well, you’re going to want to book your next trip on Delta then.
Ed Bastian, the CEO of the company, just announced that starting this weekend Delta will offer passengers free in-flight messaging on all Wi-Fi enabled flights. That’s right, this means you can use iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger without having to shell out the extra dough for Wi-Fi. Bastian explains, “We want our customers while they're flying to stay connected to their homes, to their friends."
Of course, if you do want to connect to the Internet you’ll still have to pay to get the Wi-Fi, or you can just fly JetBlue, who offers Wi-Fi free to passengers.
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