T-Mobile officially launched SyncUP DRIVE as part of its many offerings for subscribers back in November as a means to bring a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot to an automobile and offer other key features. Now the Un-carrier has announced a new major addition to the SyncUP DRIVE.
T-Mobile is adding Allstate Motor Club Roadside Assistance for SyncUP DRIVE subscribers. The new feature is available beginning Tuesday, April 4, and offers features like towing, jumpstarts, fuel delivery, and more.
T-Mobile’s SyncUP DRIVE also allows drivers to get speed alerts, driver behavior analysis, vehicle and location monitoring, vehicle diagnostics, and the aforementioned in-vehicle mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. It’s priced at $48 with a no-cost finance agreement with a 2GB or higher mobile Internet plan attached.
If you’re a T-Mobile subscriber, do you use SyncUP DRIVE as well?