Delta is offering an amazing bargain: for $400, they’ll give you a year’s worth of wi-fi on their planes. Not all of their planes, of course, since some don’t have wi-fi. But don’t worry, you’re still paying! United charges just about the same amount for a year’s worth of extra legroom. But you are now welcome to pay $400 for Internet access. Awesome!
Access is usually $15/flight, so after you fly 26 flights, the rest of essentially free!
(Editor’s Note: that was all sarcastic.)
Here’s the email:
This holiday season, enjoy the gift of convenience and year-round connectivity.
You can now purchase an annual Delta Wi-Fi pass and stay connected all year long for only $399.95. Take advantage of this Wi-Fi rate, which is the best value for frequent Delta travelers. You’ll get unlimited access to Gogo® Inflight Internet onboard all Delta Wi-Fi equipped flights for a full year.
Get your annual subscription on delta.com now or the next time you’re onboard any of our 2,500+ daily flights with Wi-Fi. Then, enjoy easy sign-in and online access for the next 365 days.
We offer the largest fleet of Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft in the world, so you can stay connected on the fly. Plus, you can look forward to Wi-Fi on more than 250 Delta Connection® two-class jets by early 2012.
Thanks for flying with us. We hope to see you onboard (and online!) soon.
(Thanks to reader Aarti for the heads up)