How many times have you found yourself wishing you had a reliable Wi-Fi connection while traveling? Maybe the kids are driving you nuts because they can’t get on their favorite tablet apps, or your spouse has a spotty connection on their phone while mapping directions to your destination.
That time is finally here with Chevrolet, the first car company to bring built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi to their cars, trucks and crossover vehicles. The available OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot provides a better in-vehicle experience than your smartphone. The stronger signal delivers a fast, reliable connection. It’s automatically on after initial setup and ready to connect to your mobile devices.
Many times while traveling I get inspiration for a blog post, but don’t have the availability of a hotspot. I think having OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi in my vehicle will be a game changer. It will not only help me complete work on my laptop while riding shotgun, but also allow the kids to enjoy playing their favorite games on their tablets. We don’t have navigation in our vehicle so I’m always using a map app and sometimes I have to recalculate mid-travel because my phone service is spotty. With the reliability of the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot being lost is no longer in my vocabulary.
The OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi can connect up to 7 devices! That means everyone in the car has hotspot connectivity?. Pretty cool, huh? Because safety is key, drivers should only use the available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi? while parked.
The 2015 Malibu and Impala already include these new services. Soon 14 additional Chevrolet vehicles will be armed with this technology upgrade.
Chevrolet is merging the physical freedom of the car with the virtual freedom of Wi-Fi to become the first and only car company to bring built in 4G LTE Wi-Fi to the largest vehicle line-up. Visit http://s.chevy.com/TBX to learn more.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Chevrolet. The opinions and text are all mine.