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AT&T Connected Car Unlimited In-Vehicle WiFi Plan

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ATT.com offers those with Eligible Vehicles: AT&T Connected Car Unlimited In-Vehicle WiFi Plan on sale for $15/Month. Thanks mahermusic

Note, click here to check if your vehicle is compatible and/or whether it requires the purchase of a plug-in connected car device (sold separately) to receive this wifi plan
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For those of you with newer vehicles which include built-in LTE, OnStar is offering UNLIMITED in-vehicle WiFi for $15/ month. (No tax, in NJ at least). Savings of $10/month (Unlimited is normally $25.) OnStar uses AT&T, so speeds MAY slow after hitting 22GBs. This will be a grandfathered special: it will stay at $15 until you cancel. Must sign up by 10/31/19.

https://www.att.com/plans/connected-car/gmc.html

You can also sign up by pushing your blue OnStar button in your vehicle and mentioning this promo.

Hi All,

These are the vehicles that have built-in hotspots available: https://www.att.com/plans/connected-car.html

If your vehicle's not on the list, you can use the AT&T Spark (add'l purchase) to plug in your vehicle's OBD port in order to get this deal.
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Got it for my Volvo XC90 excellence edition.. thanks op
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5G won't have as much coverage area as LTE because of higher frequency band. We will have spots for 5G initially and then slowly cover block, street, town, city, state, and then whole country. Don't think because you hear 5G a lot means we are there, it's a really long roadmap which will take at least 3-4 years.
To piggyback, 5G isn't even 5G. AT&T is saying "the evolution to 5G". T-Mobile is doing 5G the same way ISPs are giving 1 gig down but still 50 Mb up. Verizon is barely in the game....

Shoot, even on top of that, most folks clamoring for 5G will do their speed test, get gleeful, and then just go back to scrolling on instagram or or watch a 4K movie and burn through that 22GB soft cap.

If I had a vehicle that gave this option I'd quickly take it as I can easily imagine my wife and kids using a few gigs a week.
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Any way to use this type of plan with a different device like mobley? I don't have the mobley but wondering any other way to do this?
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Got Mobley plan for $20. Will I be able to transfer this deal to next vehicle after lease is over?
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Someone posted above that his Ford gets this...
Yes I have 2015 explorer you need the attachment Harman Spark it will work on plenty of Automobiles with OBD
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Can anyone in TX comment on whether there are any extra fees/taxes on top of the $15/month?
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Tempting but sounds way more beneficial for people who work in their cars/trucks or on the road very often.
Or those insatiable Bandwidth Bandits (Kids)
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Worked for my Honda Odyssey. Had the $20 unlimited plan, now it's $15. For those asking why you would need this. I have 4 kids under 10 years old. They use tablets, plus the car's entertainment system and a fire stick. Our T-mobile reception isn't great in a lot of areas. Hotspots on our iPhones are a bit glitchy. It's just so easy to have the car WiFi's. Also thinking of putting an echo dot in the van too. Lol
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Do you have to keep the car engine running to get the WiFi? Wonder if I can use it in my garage for whole home wifi. What's the distance the signal covers?
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Waiting on 5G. Will have to upgrade hardware soon anyway.
Pointless to wait for 5g for a car since it will only be available in cities and probably not on freeways as the range is so short.
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Do you have to keep the car engine running to get the WiFi? Wonder if I can use it in my garage for whole home wifi. What's the distance the signal covers?it in my garage for whole home wifi. What's the distance the signal covers?
You would have to keep your ignition on. This is basically a great way to have a dead battery while also having slow internet in your house.
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$20 Mobley plan is superior. I can move it from car to car or use it without my car running or take it with me to go (with a wifi hotspot device). My plan has no cap or at least I didn't notice one.
Just that now it's difficult too start a new mobley connection, isn't it,?
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Just that now it's difficult too start a new mobley connection, isn't it,?
I read it on the Mobley thread that AT&T is still activating new plans. Not totally impossible.
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$100 for premium connectivity is cheaper. When it comes and price is rumored but should be within that range.

Why would you even consider this for Tesla since it's not even an option.
" 3mo.s maybe. six months sure" I'm still waiting. Also it's not wifi, just LTE access. I wish someone would figure out a way to share the built-in LTE thru bT etc.
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Worked for my Honda Odyssey. Had the $20 unlimited plan, now it's $15. For those asking why you would need this. I have 4 kids under 10 years old. They use tablets, plus the car's entertainment system and a fire stick. Our T-mobile reception isn't great in a lot of areas. Hotspots on our iPhones are a bit glitchy. It's just so easy to have the car WiFi's. Also thinking of putting an echo dot in the van too. Lol
echo dot works great (auto is better)

Do you have any good app. recommendations for Hotspots on our iPhones
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