This is good news for traveling and people who work in the field....but isn't this going to really make it worse for the driver talking/texting distraction problem?

FREEP  Buyers of new General Motors vehicles will soon have the option of connecting laptops, smartphones and tablets to wireless hotspots for an extra monthly charge.

The automaker revealed the pricing structure today for high-speed AT&T Internet packages in more than 30 of its 2015 model-year vehicles in the U.S. OnStar subscribers can get AT&T 4G LTE packages for as little as $5 per month, GM said.

Someone who doesn’t subscribe to GM’s OnStar service, which provides safety and security services, can pay anywhere from $10 per month for 200 megabytes of data to $50 per month for five gigabytes of data.

“Our customers will also have easy-to-understand data plans to let them tailor a connected car around each owner’s lifestyle,” said Mary Chan, OnStar president.

GM is the first automaker to introduce high-speed Internet capability to a majority of its vehicles. FULL STORY

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