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Google Lures To Chrome With Free Inflight Wi-Fi

jhernik (1795638) writes | more than 3 years ago

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jhernik (1795638) writes "Chrome users will be able to enjoy free Wi-Fi at 30,000 feet thanks to the latest promotion from search engine giant Google

In an effort to drive up market for its Chrome web browser, Google is offering free Wi-Fi Internet access on US flights

Google joined forces with airlines AirTran, Delta and Virgin America to offer free Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi Internet access on every domestic flight from 20 November through 2 January, 2011.

The news marks a change from and expansion of Google’s free holiday Wi-Fi offer last year."

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nice idea from google. (1)

jnetpapas (1803220) | more than 3 years ago | (#34183540)

I use chrome as well. This is a clever way to promote one another. And is regarded as a special service to passengers.
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