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Eurocar in car entertainment unit data question
« on: July 12, 2019, 03:18:09 AM »
Hey, I upgraded to a Mitsubishi outlander and it came with a built in nav unit that appears to be using data when you use built in waze or radio. Any idea if they are going to be charging me for using it?

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Re: Eurocar in car entertainment unit data question
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2019, 11:39:58 AM »
Hey, I upgraded to a Mitsubishi outlander and it came with a built in nav unit that appears to be using data when you use built in waze or radio. Any idea if they are going to be charging me for using it?
I don't know their rules, but it may be similar to those instances where a car is only a few months old, and Sirius XM is enabled in the car as the official trial isn't over and the rental company wouldn't particularly be switching Sirius XM to be on, it's just on by default.

Maybe the same thing with a car hotspot.

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Re: Eurocar in car entertainment unit data question
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2019, 08:28:48 PM »
I don't know their rules, but it may be similar to those instances where a car is only a few months old, and Sirius XM is enabled in the car as the official trial isn't over and the rental company wouldn't particularly be switching Sirius XM to be on, it's just on by default.

Maybe the same thing with a car hotspot.

In my past experiences they do not charge you. It's also just the free trial and it usually lasts 6 months.