Unlimited Inflight Wi-Fi for $10 a Month ($6 for First Month)

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There is currently a fantastic offer from US Mobile for In-flight Wi-Fi Connectivity.  For $10 a month you can sign up for an account with US Mobile which gives you access to 30 million Wi-Fi hotspots and in-flight Wi-Fi on 19 airlines. The deal got sweeter after a US Mobile published a 40% discount code on Reddit for the offer, which will bring the price down to $6 a month. To be eligible for the discount you need to use the code RCUSMWIFI.

US Mobile WiFi

What makes this offer attractive is the in-flight portion of the free Wi-Fi, which is subcontracted to a company called iPass. The company works with multiple airlines around the world, and you can use Wi-Fi Provided by Gogo, and Panasonic.

Some of the carriers you can use the iPass service with include:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • Lufthansa
  • Etihad
  • Alaska Airlines
  • United (only PS flights)
  • Virgin Atlantic


You cannot use the service on all the flights of a listed airline, but only on those aircraft within the fleet that have Panasonic or Gogo Wi-Fi capability installed. For instance, you can use it on Lufthansa Boeing 747s who have Panasonic Wi-Fi, but not on their A380’s which have a different provider. Not all US airlines extend the free Wi-Fi service for international travel. While you can use the iPass with United and Alaska for domestic trips, you can only use it with AA and Delta for international travel.

Fantastic Deal? YES!

When you consider how expensive in-flight Wi-Fi can be, this is an epic deal. The discount code just puts the icing on the cake of an already great deal!

Source: View From The Wing

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