ITASCA, ILL. - Gogo, a world leader of in-flight connectivity and a pioneer in wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, is now working with Amazon Payments to offer Gogo users the ability to pay for their in-flight Internet sessions using the information stored in their Amazon accounts.
"By enabling Amazon Payments, we are offering the hundreds of millions of Amazon customers an easy way to pay for Internet access on Gogo," said Ash ElDifrawi, Gogo's chief commercial officer. "We know that Amazon buyers are highly satisfied with their payment experience on Amazon. This relationship gives Gogo customers a familiar choice that they already know and trust."
When Gogo users launch their Internet browser and choose to access the Internet in flight, they will now recognize the "Pay with Amazon" icon as an option.
"We are proud to add Gogo to the growing base of companies using Amazon Payments, making it easy for Amazon customers to pay in flight on any wireless device," said Tom Taylor, Vice President, Amazon Payments. "Our customers tell us they love using 'Pay with Amazon' because they don't have to re-enter their payment information or billing address. Sellers say they value the improved customer experience including reduced abandonment and fraud protection."
Amazon Payments is currently available for Gogo customers who access the Internet on all laptops, tablets and mobile devices. This solution offers a fast, easy and secure way to pay.