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GM unlocks Tele-Access for Windows Phones Microsoft

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GM was the first auto manufacturer to offer drivers the remote access to their vehicle thanks to the mobile application Tele-Access. Today, Tele-Access can boast of being the first application of telemetry distance of a car manufacturer that is compatible with the four major smartphone platforms iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and now Microsoft Windows Phones.

OnStar has broadened the availability of Tele-Access so that drivers of GM vehicles that use certain Windows Phones Microsoft can benefit from remote connectivity into their vehicle. The application is available in both Windows 7 and 8 operating systems, and will be available in the shop Phones with Windows Mobile devices.

"Tele-Access remains one of the most popular OnStar service to our subscribers, and to be able to offer it on the main platforms of smart phones extremely useful to us," stated Steve Schwinke, director of GM, Development of applications and international connectivity. "Tele-Access is one of the most commonly used by applications automakers in the market and is an excellent example of what you can do with the board connectivity. "

Today's mobile application Tele-Access that is installed in almost all models of GM, has been downloaded over 1.7 million times. The application is most often used to verify the data of the vehicle as the service life of the oil, tire pressure and fuel level. These audits are performed nearly 600,000 times a month.

Like the version for BlackBerry, the Tele-Access for Windows was written using HTML5 technology, language structure and editorial content for the web that is gaining popularity in the world of mobile applications.

The application will be available to subscribers of the OnStar system in the United States, Canada and Mexico four choices of language: American English, Canadian English, Canadian French, and Spanish.

This expansion is in response to the announcement that functions keychains Tele-Access (remote start, locking and unlocking, and remote activation of the horn, headlights and lights) would be offered serial for five years in all new vehicles from GM. This launch means that drivers of GM vehicles that use certain Windows Phones will be able to use functions keychains Tele-Access. The five years of services serie a distance using the keychains will include access to other OnStar services.

Tele-connection access to the vehicle is safe, because it requires a username and a password, and a PIN of four numbers to execute a command.

The OnStar subscribers can download the application and visit site to enable remote commands.

About OnStar Canada

OnStar, LLC (OnStar) is a wholly owned subsidiary of GM Holdings LLC ("GM"). With its subsidiary Shanghai OnStar Telematics Co. Ltd. (a joint venture between OnStar, Shanghai General Motors Co., Ltd. (SGM) and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC)), OnStar serves more than 6.4 million subscribers in the United States , Canada and China.

OnStar is a provider of security, protection and mobility connectees well as technology advanced information and is available on 39 GM vehicles of model year 2013 marks. Cles The OnStar services include the automatic assistance in case of impact, assistance Stolen Vehicle Recovery, keyless entry, service orientation has not, service and diagnostics of vehicle hands-free telephony. You can find additional information on OnStar address

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