Why Does My Flight Not Want Me to Buy Wi-Fi?
Nicole Dieker

The answer appears to be in this really interesting feature on Gogo: “The more people using it, the more bogged down the service gets. … Gogo is constantly analyzing usage — how many passengers are logged on and how much data they’re consuming — to come up with dynamic pricing that acts as a kind of capacity regulator.”

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