The service is going to make Silverado and Suburban owners very happy.
Great news for Chevrolet owners is here. General Motors have decided to cut the prices of 4G LTE service to half. Now the customers will be able to enjoy full features of 4G LTE just by paying 50 percent of what they were paying before.
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The base plan that is offered by company will let the customers use 1GB of data per month at a cost of $10. Previously its price was $20 for 1 GB. The plan of $80 which is available for 10GB of data will now be available for $40. There is another data plan that is 20GB. This plan is good for use for 12 months by a customer. It will be available for $150 only.
“Wireless connectivity has proven to be a beneficial technology for many Chevrolet customers, from contractors who use their Silverado as a mobile office to families using their Suburban on a summer road trip,” said Sandor Piszar, Chevrolet truck marketing director. “As our customers increase their usage of the technology, we are able to make it more affordable for them.”
The price cut will actually make a boost of usage of car connectivity. GM already is presuming that by decreasing the cost of internet plans, the use of these data packages will surely increase by car owners to control their car’s main functions.
Research has shown that owners of Silverado pickups are the biggest data users of this network. They have been reported to use more than 1 million gigabytes of data. All GM cars and vehicles available for sale come with the facility of 4G.
However the large SUV owners are the ones who use it the most. They mostly have smart phones, tablets and laptops which are mostly used by kids sitting at the back. Along with that Suburban owners have a high rate of use of 4G LTE too.
As more and more people are getting used to the technology and using it more than before, its price are coming down as well. Thus giving more opportunities to customers.
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“As more people embrace the technology, it brings down the cost of entry for all users,” said Laura Keck, OnStar Subscriber Marketing Strategy manager. “With these lower prices, we expect even more customers to use 4G LTE connectivity during this busy summer driving season.”