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Autonet Mobile currently provides Avis Rent-a-Car customers with the Avis Connect service, a patent-pending TRU mobile IP platform that uses the 3G cellular network to connect to the Internet. The device works in about 95% of the US, including all major metropolitan areas. Avis customers pay an additional $11 per day for the service.

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Novatel Wireless, a leading provider of wireless broadband solutions, has recently announced a partnership with Autonet Mobile, the first Internet Service Provider for cars. The duo plans to offer next-generation wireless connectivity for any vehicle, anywhere in North America.

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The companies also plan to work with auto manufacturers to bring the wireless Internet service to the automotive industry. AutoNet Mobile has already completed a sales agreement with its first auto dealership, the Price Family Dealer Group in California.

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Awesome. Ive been waiting for something exactly like this. The $600 for the equipment is a bit steep, however, I find the $39 a month more than reasonable.

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The technology will combine Novatels next-gen modules with the CDMA EV-DO Rev A wireless network to connect moving vehicles to the Internet, essentially turning cars into traveling Wi-Fi hotspots. The network exists throughout North America, and can provide a high-speed broadband connection, with speeds similar to a home DSL line, regardless of geographic location. Cars or people up to 100 feet away could even be able to tap into the connection.

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With the system, passengers could use laptops, PCs, cell phones, or any other Wi-Fi-enabled device to access the Internet. The technology is also compatible with any operating system that supports Wi-Fi, including Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris. The system supports just about any activity that could be done with a stationary connection, including surfing Web sites, watching movies, and playing online games.

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Autonet Mobile is also taking pre-orders for the current module on its Web site, at a price of about $600, and a monthly service charge starting at $39. In the future, combining Autonets experience with Novatels new Expedite E725 Express Mini Cad Module will hopefully lead to a faster, compact, and more efficient development process, and better technology.

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Autonet Mobiles in-car Internet device is available in many Avis rental cars. Credit: Autonet Mobile.

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To gain approval for their $26.5 billion merger agreement, T-Mobile and Sprint aim to convince antitrust regulators that there is plenty of competition for wireless service beyond Verizon and AT&T.

If the thought of a long road trip without full Internet access makes you jittery, a new in-car Internet connection could fulfill your high-speed needs.

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