IPass Users to Get Free Access to In-Flight Wi-Fi on United

By Jesse Sokolow on 3 August 2016
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DSC_0283 (1)IPass, a mobile connectivity provider, announced an agreement with United Airlines that will provide passengers with access to Wi-Fi on flights at no additional charge.

When the service rolls out in the fourth quarter of this year, United Airlines passengers who are iPass subscribers will be able to sign onto in-flight Wi-Fi using the iPass SmartConnectapp, which also provides connectivity in most airport terminals and many other public spaces.

“In an increasingly connected world, ubiquitous, reliable and secure connectivity has become a requirement for mobile professionals,” said iPass CEO Gary Griffiths.

United Airlines currently has Wi-Fi on over 700 aircraft.

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