Something to think about when comparing OnStar with cell phone providers in general, is that OnStar uses all of them as service points.Brett said:I havent seen their recent prices but about a year ago i checked it out and it was like 20 cents a minute, which of course is a joke.
Edit: Actually looks like more than i thought
The nice thing about the OnStar phone is that you don't have to sign any contracts for use, there are no long distance charges to call anywhere and you get the convenience of the voice activated hands free cellular phone.banstyle said:Something to think about when comparing OnStar with cell phone providers in general, is that OnStar uses all of them as service points.
When my family went to Minnesota for a funeral, most of the time we were driving in rural areas, and Onstar was the only phone that worked.
All of our cell phones had no reception.