Get Your Data For Less with Chevy!

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When you test drive a Chevy with OnStar 4G LTE at Classic Chevrolet, you’ll find that you get data for less with Chevy. The auto maker is reducing its plan pricing by up to 50 percent. Chevrolet is the first auto manufacturer to offer 4G LTE in all of its cars; and it sold 2.1 million cars with the technology since July 2014.

In just two years, customers have used over 3 million gigabytes of data through the 4G LTE system in Chevrolet models – that’s about the same as over 100 million hours of music. And, data continues to be used. In the third quarter of 2014, consumers used less than 100,000 gigabytes of data and usage has continuously increased. The second quarter of 2016 say over 700,00 gigabytes of data.

Whether you use your Silverado or other Chevy for an office, commute or take long business trips – or even just fun road trips, wireless connectivity can be beneficial. And, as more people use the in-car connectivity, the cheaper Chevrolet can make it to access.

According to Chevrolet, over 60 percent of those who own Suburban models use OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot; and those who drive Traverse and Tahoe models are not far behind. Consumers can connect up to seven devices to the hotspot. Since the Silverado is a family vehicle, that model has the highest amount of data usage: over 1 million gigabytes of data to date.

If your Chevy vehicle has OnStar Basic, 4G LTE comes standard with it. The new data plan prices are $10 for 1 gigabyte per month instead of $20; $20 for 4 gigabytes per month, $40 for 10 gigabytes per month and $150 10 gigabytes per month if you pay for all 12 months at the same time.

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Stop by Classic Chevy to test drive your favorite model and to learn more about its safety, security, entertainment and convenience features. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the different trim levels and their features; and about any finance or lease specials we might be running on your favorite model.

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