General Motors is reducing the cost of its OnStar 4G LTE data plans by up to 50%, the automaker said today.
Since 2014, most GM models have come with 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection if owners subscribe to OnStar after a three-month trial period, which is free along with 3 gigabytes of data use. After that, OnStar packages range from $200 to $350 a year.
What changes now is that a 1-gigabyte-per-month plan drops from $20 to $10. A 4-gigabyte plan now costs $40, and a 10-gigabyte-per-month plan comes down from $80 to $40.
“As more people embrace the technology, it brings down the cost of entry for all users,” said Laura Keck, OnStar’s subscriber marketing manager. “With these lower prices, we expect even more customers to use 4G LTE connectivity.”
GM partners with AT&T to deliver the in-vehicle connectivity.
OnStar 4GLTE cost reduced. Yay!
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For more information on the new plans and pricing, go to www.onstar.com/us/en/4glte-subscriber.html.