Here’s an unusual pricing plan for air travel — instead of paying for each trip, hand over a $1,500 monthly fee and fly as much as you want.
That’s what startup OneGo is promising. Founder Paulius Grigas told me the idea came from his own needs as a business traveler. The service is aimed at small and medium businesses, particularly the ones where team members have to do a lot of travel (probably for sales and support).
Grigas said OneGo consolidates all your travel costs into a single expense, and it also makes the cost “predictable and controllable.” Plus, with the OneGo app, you should be able to do all your booking from your smartphone.
So what do you actually get for that $1,500? Unlimited direct flights (economy class) on major airlines like America, Delta, United and Virgin America, plus perks like Gogo WiFi membership and enrollment in TSA Pre for…
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