Got Chromebooks? Free 100GB Google Drive storage and Gogo in-air Internet passes await

by: Bams SadewoOctober 23, 2012

We knew that Google and Samsung got a winner in their hands when we saw the $249 price tag on the latest Chromebook. The browser-based laptop has now sold out less than a day after it was put up for pre-order on Google Play.

While waiting for the postman to deliver the new Chromebook to your door, we suggest reading the following information on how to score some goodies for the notebook. Those who own previous versions of the Chromebook can also make use of the offer – if they haven’t already done so.

Your Samsung Chromebook comes with a free 100GB Google Drive cloud storage. To redeem the offer, all you have to do is get online and log in to your Chrome device, and visit the redemption page. You’ll soon be able to enjoy the free storage for the next two years. Aside from the 2012 Chromebook, the offer also applies to Series 5 550 and Series 3.

If you like to take your Chromebook to the sky, make sure you take advantage of the free in-air Internet passes from Gogo, all 12 of them. This offer, however, only applies to owners of the Chromebook Series 5 550. Whenever you’re taking a domestic flight where Gogo service is available, simply turn on WiFi and connect to the “Gogoinflight” WiFi network. Just follow the instruction on the screen to start browsing.

You can find more information on how to redeem the offers by clicking on the source.

  • shaurz

    What happens after 2 years?

    • B Sadewo

      From what I read, your stored data will remain intact. You just won’t be able to add new files.

  • whats the point off chrome book , its requires internet all the time ,even if it is cheap u can buy nexus 7 tab and do all the work with or without internet.