General Motors is rolling out a fleet of LTE-equipped cars this summer and launching a new app platform to boot.
General Motors is rolling out a fleet of LTE-equipped cars this summer, and launching a new app platform to boot.
Mary Chan, head of the automaker's global connected consumer business, says 98 percent of its customers have signed up for its 4G trials.
AT&T customers can add a GM connected car to their data plan for $10 a month, while OnStar subscribers get a discount.
The company is hoping a platform for services and a 5,000-square foot testing facility will convince the automakers to sign up for its connected services.
GM rolled out its first 4G-connected cars, and CNET was there to ride along and watch YouTube.
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