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In-Car Connectivity In Canada Lags Far Behind U.S.

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Posted 19 April 2017, 7.49am edt

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Drivers in the United States are seeing a new technological trend creeping into their vehicles: unlimited cellular connectivity and usage. Canadian drivers aren’t so lucky, at least for now. General Motors and Jaguar Land Rover last month became th...


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