Got Five Dollars? Rent an iPod

Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris is handing out 30 gigabyte iPods loaded with Mexican TV shows, popular music and soon, U.S. sitcoms and other musical genres, Reuters reports. For five dollars, travelers can rent the device, which is not integrated into video screens on the back of aircraft seats, as U.S. carriers are planning to do, the news service said. "We're the first to use iPods," public relations officer Alfonso Collantes told Reuters.

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