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In-Flight Wi-Fi Prices Jump as Demand Surges

(New York Times) During a Tuesday-morning flight in April from Los Angeles to New York, Christine Lu’s smartphone web browser loaded an unpleasant surprise: Gogo, the in-flight Wi-Fi provider, wanted to charge her $27 to use its service during the five-and-a-half-hour trip. The price was more than double the $13 that she had paid for Gogo’s Wi-Fi four years earlier, said Ms. Lu, a start-up entrepreneur. To read the complete article, click here.

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