If you travel a lot, you probably know about Gogo. Gogo is a leading global aero-communications service provider. They offer travelers in-flight internet, text messaging, entertainment, and plenty of other services. The leading Wi-Fi provider for those in flight gives off poor signals and you end up with a bad, spotty connection. On top of that you are shelling out some serious bucks to get it in the first place. But all that frustration may be a thing of the past.
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Gogo has recently announced that it has been given the okay to test the 2Ku connectivity tech, which they claim can perform at speeds as fast as 70 Mbps. Their current speed is a whopping 3.1 Mbps, or slower than slow. Can you say dial up?
Gogo is looking forward to their new improved system being so much better. The idea is that they use twin 4.5-inch tall satellite antennas, which send and receive signals from satellites much cleaner than before.
Gogo’s chief technology officer Anand Chari said that they believe this will be the best performing technology for the global commercial aviation market.
The new system was installed on their test plane, and they had seven commercial airlines signed up for a trial of the advanced technology. Gogo is expected to officially launch the system later in the year and continue throughout 2016.
Now on to the important part. The price. To receive Gogo’s faster Wi-Fi packages, expect to pay around $16 for a full day of connectivity. I guess it all depends on how much you need that connection during your flight time.