Looking out the window during long road trips might be a thing of the past. WiFi in cars could be here sooner than you’d think. Currently automakers are experimenting with WiFi hotspots but could move to a full range of Internet availability. WiFi accessibility would have a wide number of benefits for passengers, ranging from access to business outside of the office, to assignments for the classroom.
Of course this service would come at a cost to users. In 2011, Audi first introduced the WiFi hotspot service through T-Mobile 3G and charged $30 a month. This price is something many are eager to pay and some reports even claim the cost could be on the rise, due to the high demand. One thing is for sure, WiFi in automobiles could become the “norm” before you know it.