Gogo announces addition of Jet ConneX to global connectivity portfolio.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-May 24, 2016-Gogo announces addition of Jet ConneX to global connectivity portfolio
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Gogo Inc (Nasdaq:GOGO), a provider of in-flight connectivity and wireless in-flight entertainment solutions to the global aero market, announced on Monday the addition of its Jet ConneX service for business aircraft operators flying globally.
According to the company, with the addition of Jet ConneX service, Gogo Business Aviation offers one of the business aviation market's widest selections of in-flight voice and data services which include Gogo Biz, SwiftBroadband, Classic Aero, Swift64, Iridium, terrestrial 3G and Gogo Cloud for automated content delivery.
Also, Gogo's support capabilities will allow Jet ConneX customers to integrate with other services, including other equipment, network services and in-flight entertainment, for a complete and seamless in-flight digital experience.
In addition, Gogo customers also receive the convenience of single-source activation, support and consolidated monthly billing.
Gogo added that it will offer innovative airtime and support programmes for Jet ConneX, Inmarsat's Ka-band connectivity service, that will allow customers to select from a range of performance tiers and data packages, using the same Jet ConneX equipment package they have installed on their aircraft.
Currently, Gogo has partnerships with 17 commercial airlines and is installed on over 2,500 commercial aircraft. Also, over 6,800 business aircraft are flying with its solutions, including the world's largest fractional ownership fleets.
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|Date:||May 24, 2016|
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