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jetblue and amazon dot com are joining forces and what one analyst calls quote the most comprehensive offering of entertainment content for any airline anywhere in the world , to jet blues free wifi broadband service no nath fly thigh travelers no longer have to rely on the airlines prepackaged channels and can stream videos movies and music right to their own devices of course they have to purchase the content from amazon dot coms massive catalog and if they are members of amazon ninety nine dollars a year prime service they get the added benefit of getting the purchases for free jeffrey destined covers of the airlines for reuters what's different is that japanese wifi is fast and , for travelers to live streaming video %HESITATION and download lots of other content from the web on so this partnership is highlighting that and it's really broadening the entertainment experience off for travelers and in the process it potentially creates a tie between the airline in the online retailer that lines jetblue customers will rack up trueblue frequent flyer points for specific amazon purchases made while connected to fly by chapel relies on corporate sponsors to keep its wifi free and it's possible that with the steel i amazon dot com will help pay for jeff whose wife i given , to buy media from amazon , and at the same time i it might encourage %HESITATION , more amazon prime there is a fighter jet blue linen might encourage jet blue customers to buy from amazon so it is a mutually beneficial arrangement and remember connecting to jet blues wifi service is free , a perk no other major u. s. air carrier has been able to match , yet