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The Verge and JetBlue have partnered up for a limited time VR experience

The Verge and JetBlue are excited to be your gateway into a new reality.

Today we are excited to announce that Vox Media and JetBlue have teamed up for a special limited time VR experience to kick-off CES. Together with JetBlue's free Fly-Fi and The Verge's YouTube channel, we are hosting an expertly curated VR and 360° experience from January 1 - 15. In addition, this Wednesday and Thursday, JetBlue passengers flying directly from New York City's JFK and San Francisco's SFO airports to Las Vegas, can pick up a custom-made The Verge and JetBlue VR cardboard headset.

Look for The Verge team at the JetBlue gate handing out the special Verge-branded cardboard headsets and enjoy watching a YouTube playlist of The Verge's favorite 360° videos, which you can find at youtube.com/theverge. Thanks to JetBlue's Fly-Fi, every JetBlue passenger now has access to real, high-speed, broadband internet in the sky. Fly-Fi delivers an incredible, seamless online experience, much like you'd expect at home or at work. JetBlue's full fleet is now equipped with free gate-to-gate Wi-Fi, allowing customers access to a wide range of inflight entertainment offerings throughout the travel experience

The Verge and JetBlue are excited to be your gateway into a new reality. Enjoy the expertly curated VR and 360 experience now through January 15. If you are flying JetBlue, keep an eye out for Nilay Patel, The Verge's editor-in-chief, on the seatback TV for more details.

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