Delta Will Offer Free Wi-Fi Starting Feb. 1
Delta Air Lines will offer fast, free Wi-Fi in partnership with T-Mobile to all customers on board most domestic mainline flights beginning February 1st. But you don’t need to be a T-Mobile customer to use this new benefit. Passengers will log in using their Delta SkyMiles account or join SkyMiles on the ground or in the air for free to connect.
Starting February, about 80% on Delta’s domestic flights will have free Wi-Fi. The airline will offer the service on more than 700 Viasat-equipped aircraft by the end of 2023. Delta also announced plans to bring free Wi-Fi on international and regional aircraft by the end of 2024.
“At work, at home and everywhere in between, connectivity is essential to daily life, and your journey on Delta should be no different,” said Delta CEO Ed Bastian at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. “Our vision has long been to deliver an experience at 30,000 feet that feels similar to what our customers have available on the ground.”
How it Works
Connect to fast, free Wi-Fi in 3 easy steps:
- Step 1: In your device Settings, switch on Airplane Mode, then turn your Wi-Fi on.
- Step 2: Choose “DeltaWiFi.com” from the list of available networks. If you are not automatically redirected to the Wi-Fi sign in page, navigate to DeltaWiFi.com in your browser.
- Step 3: Sign in to your SkyMiles® account or create a SkyMiles account to connect to free Wi-Fi. You can also purchase a Wi-Fi Flight Pass.
Delta Sync Exclusives Hub
Delta also announced its plans for Delta Sync Exclusives hub — a new SkyMiles-unlocked mobile platform coming this spring aimed at elevating the in-flight connectivity experience with exclusive offers, access and entertainment from beloved brands that are mainstays of everyday life. Delta will launch Delta Sync Exclusives hub later this spring.