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Delta Offers 'Sky-High' Smartphone Messaging App

By Cynthia Fagen   |   Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014 05:30 PM

Delta Airlines is hoping you'll love the way it flies now that the company has added a new in-flight Wi-Fi mobile messaging service for as little as $2 on domestic routes, Mashable.com reported.

The Wi-Fi Mobile Pass is available for $1.95 on flights shorter than two hours, but the price increases on longer flights and different routes. An all-day pass costs $14.

The application enables passengers to text and browse the Internet on their smartphones, tablets or laptops while in the air.

Delta's new sky-high mobile feature follows a similar offer and price range by Southwest Airlines.

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Delta Airlines is hoping you'll love the way it flies now that the company has added a new in-flight Wi-Fi mobile messaging service for as little as $2 on domestic routes, Mashable.com reported.
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