In-Flight Web Provider Gogo Accused Of Stifling Competition

Law360, New York (October 3, 2012, 7:33 PM EDT) -- In-flight Internet provider Gogo Inc. was hit with a proposed antitrust class action Monday in California federal court brought by consumers alleging the company entered exclusive contracts with major airlines that allowed it to sustain a monopoly and jack up prices.

The putative class — led by California residents Joel Milne and Joseph Strazzullo, who have both purchased in-flight Web access through Gogo — says the company has unlawfully gained and kept a dominant position in the in-flight Internet connectivity market and restrained competition through a...
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