SkyMiles Members will be able to take advantage of free in-flight Wi-Fi, powered by T-Mobile, on all domestic Delta flights by the end of 2023.
Delta has announced a new partnership with T-Mobile that brings free in-flight Wi-Fi to SkyMiles members. The service will begin rolling out officially on February 1 to select aircraft, and it is expected to be available on all domestic flights by the end of 2023.
"At T-Mobile, we believe staying connected while traveling should be an easy, seamless experience," said Mike Sievert, T-Mobile CEO. "T-Mobile customers already get free in-flight Wi-Fi, and now we're partnering with Delta to bring that experience to all SkyMiles Members so that anyone flying Delta can enjoy online access from takeoff to touchdown."
The free Wi-Fi service will expand to international and regional routes by the end of 2024. Customers will have access to Wi-Fi, all flight long, for an unlimited number of devices.
A SkyMiles membership is free, so customers need to simply sign in or sign up once onboard their flight. The experience will be expanded in the spring to bring a more personalized in-flight hub with exclusive offers and entertainment options.
To take advantage of in-flight Wi-Fi, passengers will need to turn on Airplane Mode, then turn on Wi-Fi. After that, choose the DeltaWiFi.com network and sign into SkyMiles in a browser. No additional app install is needed.
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