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Autobrain announces connected car device on AT&T Network

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AT&T and Autobrain, a connected car device company, announced an agreement to launch Autobrain’s 4G LTE connected car device exclusively on the AT&T network.
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AT&T and Autobrain, a connected car device company, announced an agreement to launch Autobrain’s 4G LTE connected car device exclusively on the AT&T network.

“Combining the strength of the AT&T network with Autobrain’s connected-car platform will transform the way people interact with their vehicles now and in the future," stated Jeremy Gelbart, Co-Founder and CEO of Autobrain.

“By making Autobrain available through our 4G LTE network, we will help offer customers another option for keeping drivers safe and connected," Joe Mosele, vice president, Internet of Things Solutions, AT&T. “We are pleased to work with Autobrain to bring the latest connected car technology to consumers nationwide."

Compatible with more than 200 million passenger vehicles in the United States on the road today, 1996 and newer, the small, plug & play, Autobrain device fits easily into the diagnostic port and can turn any eligible car into a smart car in minutes.

Paired with an easy-to-use mobile and web application, Autobrain is designed to keep drivers safe and connected when they are on the road. Autobrain markets both a consumer and small business solution, offering access to a full suite of services including near real-time vehicle location, 24/7 roadside assistance, vehicle diagnostics and mechanic helpline, emergency crash response and more.

Autobrain is available nationwide at Walmart and costs $19.97 for the device and $9.97 per month, with no contract and no activation fee.


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