WiFi for the mile high kids club

Your kids are tech-savvy and travel-savvy. Combine the two and you’ve got the 6 year old sitting on a plane with his backpack of fun. Inside that backpack, you’ll find a DVD player with a collection of movies including Up and the Clone Wars, an activity book with crayons, munchy snacks, and a handheld video game. With computer’s getting cheaper by the day, you’ll soon be finding your litle kids carrying computers instead of an assortment of electronics. If you thought that Wifi was only for the business traveler, think again. It’s only a matter of time before kids are checking in for flights and an hour later they’re checking in on their pet Webkin’s health and messaging their friend back at home.

The wireless Internet is slowly seeping into the life of folks everywhere across the US. Airtran and Gogo Inflight are working together to bring the Internet onto planes everywhere. Gogo Inflight Internet service is currently offered on Virgin America, Airtran and select Delta and American Airline flights.

Now until August 31, 2009, you and your kids can receive 50% coupon off your next purchase of gogo inflight internet.

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About the author

Esther Lee is one of the co-founders of Trekaroo. She is also the mom to a 6 year old boy and 1 year old baby girl.

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