Delta Air Lines announced that it will partner with Aircell to install its Gogo inflight broadband network on the carrier's entire domestic mainline fleet, which numbers more than 330 aircraft. Installation is expected to be complete next summer, after which passengers will be able to access the Internet and corporate VPNs and conduct SMS and other functions with Wi-Fi-enabled devices. Access will cost $9.95 on flights of 3 hr. or less and $12.95 on flights longer than 3 hr. Gogo will be ...

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