US: Subaru Outback to get WiFi using Autonet Mobile

Autonet Mobile has announced that Subaru of America has selected the company to provide Wi-Fi connectivity to its 2011 Outback SUV.

Available now, Subaru Mobile Internet, powered by Autonet Mobile, will be available at dealerships nationwide as a port and dealer installed accessory option for the 2011 Outback.

Subaru is continuing to “reshape the definition of the SUV,” by offering Outback Wi-Fi connectivity to their customers. Now Subaru owners can now drive to the mountains, slopes or to the shore in their brand new Wi-Fi enabled 2011 Outback and stay connected with their iPad, iPod Touch or laptop to check weather, traffic, download hiking trails, and even reserve a campsite while they’re on the road.

“With today’s busy lifestyle everyone looks to stay connected,” said Sterling Pratz, CEO of Autonet Mobile. “Outback owners have two needs for Wi-Fi in the car: to stay connected to their favorite outdoor websites and apps and to provide in-vehicle entertainment so the kids in the backseat can connect with their friends on Facebook or watch YouTube videos.”

Source: Autonet.

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