Chevrolet is cutting down the prices of its 4G LTE plans, giving customers everywhere a better bang for their buck.
According to the carmaker, 3 million GB worth of data was used in the past two years, and this development seems to be its effort to further increase those numbers.
"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. As our customers increase their usage of the technology, we are able to make it more affordable for them," Sandor Piszar, marketing director of Chevrolet truck, says.
Along with the updated pricing is a new option too. In total, there are now four options to choose from: For $10, customers can now get 1 GB of data per month, down from $20 — while forking over $20 now lets users have 4 GB of data per month, which is the new plan that Chevy has in store.
To get 10 GB of data per month, consumers will no longer have to pay up $80, as it now only costs $40. That's a big 50 percent off the original price. As for the top-end option, it'll still hold buyers back by $150, but the amount of data it comes with is now doubled, from 10 GB to 20 GB of data for 12 months.
Even though the public has received 4G LTE data pretty well, it looks like the automaker is taking the extra mile to make it even more accessible for everyone.
Needless to say, more and more customers will likely take advantage of Chevrolet's 4G LTE data plans in light of these price reductions, and usage should further go off the charts as a result, not to mention that General Motors has partnered up with several companies to bring various services to customers, including Dunkin Donuts, Audiobooks.com, Entertainment Book and Priceline.com, to name a few.
On an interesting note, the brand says that Silverado owners consume the most data, contributing 1 million GB of data to the aforementioned 3 million figure. Coming in right behind it is the Suburban, and then further back are the Tahoe and the Traverse. Huh, it seems that Camaro users have a lot of catching up to do.
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