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Chevrolet Now Becomes The First Automaker To Offer 4G Unlimited Data Plan Powered By AT&T according to : Auto World News

as declared in Chevrolet has roared out of the garage to become the first vehicle brand to offer an unlimited data plan.
For just $20 a month, a Chevy car can become a mobile OnStar LTE hotspot powered by AT&T.
Chevrolet’s OnStar LTE connection is supported by AT&T and does not require a long-term contract, so members can easily cancel anytime.
As the very first automaker to offer 4G LTE connectivity on its entire lineup, the company has sold more than 3.1 million OnStar 4G LTE-connected cars since June 2014 and has more cars on the road already equipped with 4G LTE compared to other automakers.
“With the most affordable unlimited 4G LTE data plan in the auto industry, the widest availability of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and new connected services like OnStar AtYourService, our momentum can only grow.”

Chevrolet Now Becomes The First Automaker To Offer 4G Unlimited Data Plan Powered By AT&T

As it stated in Chevrolet announced today that the company is going to offer unlimited 4G data plans to use inside cars.
The price is not a huge one considering unlimited 4G data for a month.
It will let you get unlimited data on the move.
They might also come up with unlimited 4G LTE data facilities at a lower price.
The reason is, Chevrolet says, the use of Wi-Fi in a car took a huge leap from last year (2016).

Chevrolet is the First Major Car Company to Offer Unlimited Data Plan

As it stated in That set monthly rates were dropped to $10 for one gigabyte (GB) of data, $20 for 4 GB, or $40 for 10 GB.
This ultra-affordable deal will apply to cars sold in the United States after March 3.
The unlimited 4F LTE plan will offer data hungry drivers access to all the megabytes they can eat from inside the confines of their vehicle for $20 per month.
Last year Chevrolet said that its in-car hotspots had consumed about four million gigabytes of data, nearly double the amount used in the previous year.
It is being offered with the help of United States carrier OnStar and will see vehicles fitted with a wi-fi hotspot that connects to the web via LTE.

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