Boost Mobile launches Connected Car solution for $20/month

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Of Android Auto is being phased out and replaced by Google Assistant Driving Mode, smartphone users are now looking for options to replace the popular service. Boost Mobile’s new Connected Car solution is just one of those options that customers can choose to enjoy the internet on the go.

Boost Mobile’s Connected Car solution aims to bring Wi-Fi to cars, allowing users to connect multiple devices such as tablets, laptops and phones to their cars. The Connected Car solution is a new plan that offers always mobile access to 5 GB of 4G LTE data for $20 per month.

Customers who sign up for the Connected Car solution will receive a remote Wi-Fi hotspot with support for car chargers. This Wi-Fi hotspot is the Alcatel LINKZONE 2, which promises 24-hour connectivity thanks to its 4400 mAh battery and support for any car, regardless of model or year.

Alcatel LINKZONE 2 Hotspot Highlights:

  • 2 GB ROM + 1 GB RAM
  • Power bank, OMA-DM
  • 5V/2A US Type Charger (Included)
  • 4.400mAh removable battery
  • Up to 24 hours running time
  • USB-C cable (included)

It’s also important to add that the Alcatel LINKZONE 2 can provide a wireless connection for up to 16 devices at once, more than enough for in-car use. Interested parties can add their hotspot line to an existing Boost Mobile subscription via the carrier’s website

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