GoGo was successful in bringing people connectivity to the internet and email while they are stuck in the air on a long flight. Gogo has offered access to Facebook while in the air recently and is eying expanding into more areas of content as well.
mocoNews reports that Gogo will be expanding into streaming content while in flight. Right now Facebook and web connectivity are the two things that a passengers can get during the flight with prices ranging from $4.95 to $12.95 depending on the airline and distance of the flight.
Aircell CEO Michael Small has announced that later this year the company will start to offer access to new content. The access will include the ability to stream a selection of movies. The company may even get into game streaming after the movie service launches.