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Continental's new flight services use mobile, voice

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by John Davis

Guam - Continental Airlines is moving in the direction of new technology, providing customers with tool to keep up to date with travel planning, whether it's business or pleasure.  With the electronic check-in services Mobile Boarding Pass, like you'll have access to real-time flight status, you'll be able to check seat availability for your next Continental flight and Check your OnePass Elite status and mileage balance. 

You'll also receive a barcode on your mobile phone that you'll scan at the TSA security checkpoint and boarding gate and you're in.  With Continental's electronic check-in services, you'll also be able to check-in and receive your boarding pass on your mobile phone or PDA.  You can also perform a voice check-in if your mobile phone or PDA doesn't have Internet access. 

With voice check-in, you can select the bags you want to check, hear your bag fee and arrange for boarding passes to be delivered by email, fax or airport kiosk.  In order for the voice check-in to work, just call 800-523-3273 and say "check-in" during the automated phone call and you'll be checked-in for your flight.

So the next time you plan to take flight with Continental Airlines give the mobile boarding pass a shot, you'll be glad you did.

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