DroneMobile Adds AT&T As Connectivity Provider

January 2016 Products Austa Cook Web Exclusive

 Firstech, makers of DroneMobile connected car solutions, recently announced that their DR-3400 will be powered by AT&T’s wireless network. DroneMobile creates a cellular connection with your vehicle for remote starts, locking/unlocking and GPS tracking from a smartphone app or computer. It is compatible with all vehicles, utilizing “KLON” technology that securely mimics the vehicle's original key signal.

“Our relationship with AT&T means that cars using the device will be supported by a reliable network that covers more than 99 percent of Americans,” says Firstech’s Managing Director Jason Kaminski. “Moving to AT&T’s network will allow us to break ground in terms of the DroneMobile hardware’s speed and responsiveness.”

DroneMobile systems can be purchased and installed at over 2,500 retail locations across North America, including Best Buy. All DroneMobile systems require a service plan that starts at $49.99/year. (www.dronemobile.com)

 

 

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