AT&T reaches deal with Volvo to connect cars to the Internet

AT&T is bringing its high-speed wireless access to Volvo’s cars.

16th April, 2014
Worldwide revenue from connected cars is expected to reach €39 billion in 2018

AT&T is bringing its high-speed wireless access to Volvo’s cars.

In the multiyear agreement, the second-largest US wireless carrier will provide mobile connections for Volvo Cars’ services, such as Internet radio, maps and Volvo On Call, which lets drivers remotely start up their cars and alerts the company’s emergency centre if an airbag goes off. AT&T’s service will be introduced for Volvo’s 2015 model year, according to a statement today....

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