Delta to Offer Free In-Flight Messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger

Delta to Offer Free In-Flight Messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger

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Delta Air Lines has announced that it will soon launch free in-flight mobile messaging for passengers via iMessage, WhatsApp, and FaceBook Messenger.

Beginning Oct. 1, Delta Air Lines will become the first U.S. global carrier to offer free mobile messaging, providing more customers access to free messaging than any other carrier. The airline will also have the most aircraft enabled with free messaging.

"We know many of Delta's customers want or need to stay connected in the air and on the ground, which is why we're investing in an easy, free way to send and receive messages inflight through some of the most popular global platforms," said Tim Mapes, Delta's Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "Coupled with our investments in seat-back screens, free entertainment and High-Speed Wi-Fi, free messaging is one more way customers can choose how to make the most of their time on Delta flights."​

Free messaging will be available on all Gogo-enabled Delta flights, including all aircraft with two or more cabins. Customers will be able to access free messaging through Delta's Wi-Fi portal page, airborne.gogoinflight.com. Free mobile messaging will be for text use only and does not support the transfer of photo or video files.

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Delta to Offer Free In-Flight Messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger
Sherpaderpapdapda - September 29, 2017 at 5:39pm
This already quietly works on United. Connecting to United Wifi even without buying an Internet pass will allow iMessages and push notifications through.
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