Autonet Mobile: Broadband Wireless Internet for Your Car

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Date: Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007, 08:56
Category: News

An article over at Engadget highlights Autonet Mobile, the first company that intends to be an Internet service provider for the devices within your car.
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The firm will be selling the Autonet wireless unit, a $399 wireless Internet router using what appears to be Verizon’s EV-DO wireless network. Specific details as to available plans and network backbones are scarce as of now, but Autonet Mobile claims that it will provide service on up to 95% of America’s roads when its $50 per month service has launched.
Definitely not a bad idea and in-car wireless access could help ease navigation as well as provide last minute information before arriving at a destination.
If you have any comments or feedback, let us know.


An article over at Engadget highlights Autonet Mobile, the first company that intends to be an Internet service provider for the devices within your car.
autonet.jpg
The firm will be selling the Autonet wireless unit, a $399 wireless Internet router using what appears to be Verizon’s EV-DO wireless network. Specific details as to available plans and network backbones are scarce as of now, but Autonet Mobile claims that it will provide service on up to 95% of America’s roads when its $50 per month service has launched.
Definitely not a bad idea and in-car wireless access could help ease navigation as well as provide last minute information before arriving at a destination.
If you have any comments or feedback, let us know.

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