Amazon Prime is on board with JetBlue to offer in-flight streaming

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Amazon announced today that it has partnered with JetBlue Airways to offer Prime members free access to unlimited in-flight WiFi and streaming from the Amazon Instant Video store. In addition, anyone who isn’t a Prime customer will still be able to purchase TV shows and movies from the store for a fee, with free content being reserved for actual subscribers. The Fly-Fi service on JetBlue planes normally costs $9 per hour, and the current connection is not strong enough for streaming. Amazon has said it collaborated with JetBlue to make sure the new offering will support high-quality streaming. It will be available on…

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