Gogo 5G is the mobile broadband experience of the future, and Gogo is building the world’s first 5G network exclusively for business aviation. 5G will give you more of everything: more speed, more capacity, more devices, more live experiences. And it will be the wave on which new applications and service ride. Get excited. Get informed. And you can even get ready today with Gogo AVANCE L5.
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Download this exclusive ebook to learn all about Gogo 5G: What it is, how it works, why it's the future of inflight Wi-Fi, and how you can get ready today with AVANCE.
Gogo is moving fast, putting up towers, and is on track to launch our 5G network. After all, we have a world-class team and 30 years of expertise (this is our 4th network deployment).
Check out the video to see our experts complete a tower installation. Then use the button below to follow our launch progress via an interactive 5G milestone page.
Only Gogo 5G is 100% end-to-end true 5G as defined by 3GPP: the global consortium that sets mobile broadband standards. Check out this infographic to learn more and ensure you're connecting to the real 5G deal.
You'll need an Gogo AVANCE L5 platform system to add 5G next year. So why wait? With AVANCE L5 you'll be able to fly with Gogo 4G connectivity today and be provisioned for 5G when it launches.
Not only is the demand for inflight connectivity growing at a staggering rate, so is the amount of data and the types of applications and services executive passengers are using. Gogo 5G turbocharges your entire connectivity experience and enables more of everything: more users, more devices, more streaming quality, more "real time" interactions. It's the future that 5G will make fly.
Watch this video to learn how you can provision your aircraft today.
Gogo is the most trusted name in inflight connectivity for business aviation. That's why we're collaborating with world-class partners. See how Gogo and FIRST RF have built the world's first 5G aircraft antenna (which is tested and verified), and then read the Gogo case study by our partner Cisco.
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