Internet access in the air has always been a bit problematic. Not only is it pricey, you don't really get your money's worth with how slow your connection can be, well, if you do get a connection at all. JetBlue is changing that with a huge upgrade to their Fly-Fi service that gives free, high-speed wi-fi connections to every passenger on the plane. They're also allowing passengers to stream video and they'll also be the first airline to offer "gate-to-gate" internet connectivity so you don't have to wait to reach cruising altitude to get connected.
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