Everybody wants all kinds of stuff but doesn't think they should pay for it.
Good luck with that.
In my opinion there is no real reason for why we should have to pay twice for data. The capabilities of the MMI system are far less than our phones which already have LTE, so if they made the MMI use our phones for apps and data it would instantly be far more capable and impressive. This is how it is done in the rest of the world.
__________________ 2013 Estoril Blue S6
20" Giovanna Sardina's|ECS Spacers|Custom Spoiler|30% Ceramic Tint|Blacked out filler panel|Escort Max hardwired|Escort ZR4 Laser Shifters|Opti-coat 2.0|Stasis Rear Sway Bar|Audi Puddle Lights
Hottest wife ever
Her 2010 BMW M5
2008 Ford Expedition
I quote: "And starting this summer, Audi says you'll be add a car to your existing AT&T Mobile Share plan."
now that does nothing if your wireless carrier is not AT&T - but it is a step in the right direction
2013 A6 3.0t Premium Plus, Garnet Red / Black / Black Headliner, 19" Sport, Side Assist, Cold Weather package
* X-Pel Ultimate extended hood / fenders (approx 24"), full front bumper, headlights, mirrors and rear bumper trunk loading area
* S6 sport pedals
* DLS OA10D Subwoofer, JL XD 600/6 amp, Audio Control LCQ-1 OEM integration, six channel signal processor and equalizer, fully dynamatted rear deck where the sub is mounted
* 19" Avant Garde Wheels with Pirelli All Season Tires
* For winter - 18" Elbrus I02 wheels with Michelin X-Ice XI3 tires
* Llumar Air Blue 80 Tint
* Washed with IronX Snow Soap or Chemical Guys Clear Citrus via a foaming lance
* Detailed with CQuartz, Reload, PERL, Ultima Tire & Trim Guard
None of it is essential to the operation of the car, thankfully. I don't see the advantage to a Google satellite map. At least traffic from Sirius in free for 4 years.
The only things we're missing out on is online destinations, weather, and fuel prices. But even the 2013 VW's have better weather since they use Sirius weather for doppler map overlays, movie info, gas info, and even sports scores via Sirius.