Inflight internet is both essential and annoyingly expensive to me. An unlimited pass on American Airlines will set you back a bit less than $50 a month. On United, you’ll pay anywhere from a few dollars for 30 minutes of usage to $15 for an entire domestic flight. That adds up quickly.
US Mobile will sell you unlimited inflight internet for $6 a month on a pretty comprehensive list of airlines:
You’ll use code RCUSMWIFI to drop the price from $10 a month to $6. Unbelievable.
This covers all of Delta, American and Alaska Airlines/Virgin America with a small bit of United Airlines. For folks flying Delta, America or Alaska, that’s a huge savings over the normal annual pass. I’d venture a guess to say it’s cheaper than pretty much every 1-flight session out there.
The Final Two Pennies
If you fly at least once a month on Delta, American or Alaska/Virgin, this option is for you. Inflight internet has changed my work habits immensely. I never have to get off a plane and “catch-up” on hundreds of e-mails. Well, except those way too frequent times where the inflight internet on my United flight is kaputz.
I’m flying mostly United this year, so I’m not 100% sure I’d get the value out of this. I think it’s pretty close, though. All I need is one international flight a month or the occasional flight on Delta or American. I’m hoping this deal is here to stay.
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