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Post by Turkeytop » Thu Apr 09, 2020 6:29 pm

The OnStar service on my vehicle has been inactive for quite a while. Yesterday one of their reps called me and offered me three months for free.

I took it, but I probably won't have much need for it. There's nowhere to go. But it includes phone service with thirty minutes of free calls every month. Might need that some time.

GM must really be hurting.

If you have inactive OnStar in your vehicle, press the blue button and ask them what kind of a deal they can give you.

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Re: OnStar

Post by MotorCityRadioFreak » Mon Nov 16, 2020 2:23 am

The issue is that sometimes they ask to keep your card on file. But no, GM has not done well for the last 2 years. I worked an aisle over from the Onstar executive reps.

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Re: OnStar

Post by SolarMax » Mon Nov 16, 2020 11:00 am

I took one of my cars off the road for three months in the spring. Had OnStar suspend service for that period, which they did. On resumption, instead of a credit, they extended my coverage term by the same amount. I may drop it from one of the vehicles which now gets only occasional use.

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