It should be OK for people living in cities or areas with good coverage.
Oh yea $15 bucks a month isn't bad either, but for a luxury car brand going with one of the worst carriers will keep the cost down. If they would have signed with AT&T or Verizon it could have been anywhere between $30-50 bucks a month?It should be OK for people living in cities or areas with good coverage.
$15 / month sounds more reasonable to me for people that spend a lot of time in their cars. I wouldn't use it enough to see the value in it.
To me, that's where it will end up anyway. Your phone will be your link, it's already got all of your info and apps.All these different cars have different setups to access cool info. From the looks of it the Audi FORCES you to get the T-Mobile service in order to get the Google Maps and stuff. You can't just connect a phone's Data via Bluetooh and access that way. Kinda lame in that regard.