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On Southwest, the internet's no longer free
Starting tomorrow, Southwest Airlines is going to start charging for internet access on four of its planes. The fees will range from $2 to $12, based on how long you're in the sky and how you connect. For the past few months, access has been free, but the lure of additional revenue must have been hard to resist.
Yep, another extra fee to add to the list ...
Both Delta Airlines and American Airlines are planning to add internet access to more than 300 planes each, but they're still in the early stages. The fee to connect can reach $12.95, though less on shorter flights or when you use a handheld device instead of a laptop. I tested out Delta's offer on a flight from New York to Atlanta and had great results. If you're looking to recapture a few hours of your professional life, the price is well worth it.
For once, there's a fee well worth paying.