Mobile Offices Hit the Road…with Unlimited Possibilities

May 17, 2017
By Chris Penrose

There’s a growing need for internet connectivity anywhere.

We’re connecting cities, water meters, shipping containers, alarm systems – you name it. And making it easier and affordable.

Take connected vehicles. We have 13 million connected cars on the AT&T network. We started offering unlimited data plans for mobile 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspots earlier this year.

And we’re making it easier than ever to sign-up for unlimited data.  GM customers can now add unlimited data to their vehicle at nearly 5,000 AT&T retail stores across the U.S. After 22GB of data usage, AT&T may slow speeds.

This summer, we’ll start rolling out the ability to share unlimited data and receive centralized billing to General Motors Fleet customers with OnStar 4G LTE-equipped Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles.

Businesses will be able to add embedded hotspots to corporate mobility accounts as easily as adding a smartphone.

Mobile workers using one of our connected car solutions will be able to share data more quickly and securely, better attend to customers, boost productivity and maximize efficiencies.

Think of the possibilities.

  • Construction and field supervisors are constantly moving between job sites – they can take their offices with them and stay in touch.
  • Pizza or grocery delivery services work more efficiently with near-constant updates.
  • Sales teams access corporate networks, blueprints, workforce management services, documentation, and more, right from their vehicles.

With the new connected car plans for business customers, employees can connect multiple smartphones, tablets and laptops to a single hotspot without worrying about running out of data.

This will have a huge impact on how businesses operate in the field.

We plan to bring these services to other automobile manufacturers later this year.

Get ready – your office may be about to hit the road. For more news about AT&T connected vehicle solutions, go to att.com/vehiclesolutions.

Chris Penrose - President of Internet of Things Solutions

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