Ever wanted to send out an important email in-flight but dreaded the thought of paying over-inflated prices for in-flight Wi-Fi? Well, one carrier hopes to make this conundrum a thing of the past. According to the International Business Times, JetBlue announced their new program last Thursday that it is branding as “Fly-fi."
Amazon is sponsoring JetBlue’s new product, and many are expecting great things from it. Some are arguing that this new Fly-fi service will arguably be better than it is pricier counterparts on more premier airlines. Fly-fi is slated to be deployed on JetBlue’s 227 planes throughout the United States. Another beneficial perk of Amazon and JetBlue’s new venture is that since Amazon is backing this new service, passengers can also utilize Amazon’s Video content throughout their flight as well.
Exploring other from Wireless Analytics Options like iPass
Fortunately for some of our clients who are not flying on JetBlue, we also offer an in-flight Wi-Fi service called iPass, depending on your current MDM configuration with us. iPass is a global aggregator of Wi-Fi Hot Spots. It automatically connects to available and most importantly, secure Wi-Fi networks across the globe. What makes iPass more notable than JetBlue’s Fly-fi service, is that iPass additionally covers clients flying abroad. iPass, WA is proud to provide access to this service as well providing individualized, tier 2 support.
Whether you are Roaming Abroad or Domestic, WA has you Covered
If you want piece of mind while traveling, Wireless Analytics ultimately has you covered. Feel free to contact us for a consultation and overview of all of the services, including roaming abroad and in-flight services like iPass for your corporate device. If you need additional help scoping out MDM industry trends, please contact us here.