Published on July 17th,2010 at 10:47 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Subaru to add Wi-Fi access to its 2011 Outback

Subaru to add Wi-Fi access to its 2011 Outback

Subaru of America is now offering a nice little option on its none the less ugly 2011 Outback. Our Little SUV like wagon is now also available with a nice 3G WiFi access point provided by Autonet Mobile.

Like any other Access Point you will be able to connect whatever WiFi capable devices to your car and surf the web, Chat, Play online games while your “chauffeur” is driving you around. Of course this option is not free and it will cost you $499 USD for the package itself, $35 for the activation fee and $29 per month to use this service.

So next time you are in the US and come across a Subaru Outback and desperately need to surf the web with your laptop, just shave your legs and fine tune your hitchhiker technique to get a chance to get in and enjoy free WiFi.

Via NihonCar
Category Networking
              
Subaru to add Wi-Fi access to its 2011 Outback
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  • Sandra

    excellent newS!

    Now I can drive and browse Akihabaranews.com on my laptop at the same time!
    (left hand on steering wheel and right hand on laptop keyboard)

    But it seems kind of expensive, no?

 

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