Google Free Wi-Fi Holidays Plan
Google Free Wi-Fi Holidays Plan – Google really wants you to enjoy the year end holidays – while you browse the internet of course.
In the holiday spirit Google has decided to give away free Wi-Fi to every passenger who flies domestically through Delta, Virgin America, or AirTran airlines. This is part of a promotion that the search engine monter is running and it will last from November 20th to January 2nd of 2011. The team responsible for running the Google Chrome web browser section is sponsoring the giveaway of free Gogo broadband internet to those who fly through one of the participating domestic airlines. Those who wish to use this in-flight internet service normally pay a fee of $11 for a full day of access to the broadband connection.
This is not the first time that Google has been generous around the holiday season. The web giant did the same thing last year in November, offering free internet connectivity to passengers that fly through one of three different airlines. The free internet was given away by Google but provided by Gogo. This year Google’s free internet access for domestic travelers is expected to bring millions of passengers online while on their flights. Although the internet access was free for passengers last year from November to mid-January of 2010, they were encouraged to make donations to Engineers without Borders.