From our employee portal page:
Beginning Sept. 30, customers traveling aboard one of Delta’s 16 757-300 aircraft will have access to Entertainment on Demand - a new option which gives them the ability to choose from hundreds of movies and TV shows to rent and stream via their Flash Player-enabled laptop computers. Entertainment On Demand will be available via the new Delta Connect portal on these aircraft.
Prices start as low as $2.99 for TV shows and $3.99 for movies. And for the month of October, promotional prices of $.99 will even be offered for certain TV shows. With Entertainment on Demand, customers can rewind and pause the videos they purchase, and even finish watching them on the ground. It is not necessary for customers to purchase a Wi-Fi Internet session in order to use the service.
For awareness purposes, 757-300 aircraft with the Entertainment On Demand option will feature a customized decal promoting the availability of the service, as well as seatback instruction cards for customers. Flight attendants should direct customers to the seatback cards for complete information on how to use the service.
For those of you wondering what the "Delta Connect" portal is:
On Sept. 30, Gogo and Delta will launch their new in-flight Wi-Fi portal - Delta Connect - on 757-300 aircraft. From the new and improved Delta Connect portal, you can purchase a Wi-Fi session, track your flight, shop, book a last minute hotel, make a restaurant reservation, rent a car before you land, catch up with the latest news and more!
To view a screen shot of the new Delta Connect in-flight Wi-Fi portal, click here.
The new Delta Connect portal will be progressively rolled out to Delta’s entire Wi-Fi equipped fleet in the coming months, but it is initially only available on the 757-300 fleet.
It's basically a new landing page from the generic green GoGo screen that you see when you open a web browser before paying for the wi-fi. DL will be the launch airline for the "Connect" portal.