Google Announces Bill Protection on Project Fi
Project Fi, a mobile phone plan by Google, just introduced their own “unlimited” data plan. Project Fi offers simple flat rate billing, seamless connectivity between cell and open Wi-Fi, and “pay for what you use” data pricing. Google is now improving…
Your Driver’s License Is Still Good for Air Travel
If you see signs at the airport indicating you may not be able to travel domestically as of January 22, 2018, you can safely ignore them. As for when you need to be concerned, at this point, we wouldn’t bother wasting another second thinking about if you need to replace your current form of ID with something REAL ID compliant.
How to Safeguard Your Financials After the Equifax Breach
The best defense is a good offense. If you’re worried about what has gone on with Equifax and their data breach, we’ll cover what we think is the best approach to make sure you don’t fall victim to identity theft.
AwardWallet’s 13th Birthday – 33% Off Flash Sale for AwardWallet Plus
To celebrate our 13th Birthday, we’re running a Flash Sale on AwardWallet Plus for 33% off. Available one-day only until 12 PM Eastern, November 21, 2017, for $20 instead of $30 for one year with any first-time subscriber.
Introducing Award Travel 101 – AwardWallet’s Official Facebook Community
Introducing Award Travel 101™, AwardWallet’s Official Facebook Community. Award Travel 101™ is a community focused on a single goal: helping members achieve their travel dreams by maximizing reward programs.
How to Replace Non-Compliant State ID’s Affected by the Real ID Act
Starting October 20, 2018, residents of states impacted by the Real ID Act will need to update their identification to a TSA approved ID to fly any commercial flight, domestic or international. The states involved have all failed to issue a drivers license or state ID that is compliant with the Real ID Act. Who knows if this revised date will stick, but it is something to be aware of.
Enhanced Security Measures Implemented on US Bound Flights
This year aviation security has been dominated by the US Electronics Travel Ban, which came to an end last July. As of Thursday, October 25, 2017, new security procedures have been implemented globally on all flights heading to the US. Airlines that fail to comply with the new security screening procedures fully will face a return of the electronics ban.
US President Alters & Extends Travel Ban
On Sunday, September 24, 2017, President Trump signed a proclamation extending the travel ban he signed in June this year. In addition to extending the ban indefinitely, the new proclamation added countries to the list, and made some other important changes.
Chaos at Airports Across the Globe (September 28, 2017)
Reports are coming in from across the globe, that airports are being plunged into chaos after a worldwide IT meltdown which appears to be related to global Check-in system Amadeus Altea.