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Is Tesla Premium Connectivity in 2024 Worth the Investment or Just a Hotspot?

Are you debating whether to pay for premium connectivity for your car or just tether your phone’s hotspot? It’s a common question that many Tesla owners face. As someone who has experienced both options, I can tell you that it’s a bit more complicated than it seems. Tesla has locked some features behind premium connectivity that are actually very useful. In this blog, I’ll discuss the benefits of premium connectivity, how to get it at a discount or even for free, and how to set up your phone’s hotspot to automatically connect to your car.

First, let’s talk about the free trial of premium connectivity that Tesla offers. Depending on the vehicle you purchase, you may get anywhere from 30 days to one year of free premium connectivity. After the trial period ends, you can choose to purchase premium connectivity for $10 a month or $99 for the year. Some features that are included in premium connectivity are live traffic visualization, satellite view maps, karaoke, and live camera view, which allows you to check on your car remotely.

If you’re trying to save money, you can connect your phone via hotspot to access some of the features that are available with premium connectivity. Music streaming, video streaming, and internet browsing can all be accessed through your phone’s hotspot. You can also set up an automation to have your phone automatically connect and disconnect from the car’s hotspot whenever you get in and out of the car.

In my opinion, premium connectivity is worth it for the convenience and additional features it offers. For just $10 a month, you get unlimited data to stream music, videos, and more. Even if you can access some features through your phone’s hotspot, having the car’s own connection is worth it to me. Plus, you can get premium connectivity for a discounted rate or even for free if you have referral credits.

Ultimately, the decision to pay for premium connectivity depends on how much you value the additional features and convenience it offers. If you’re a Tesla owner, I’d love to hear your thoughts on whether you think premium connectivity is worth it. Let me know in the comments below. And if you want to see more Tesla-related content, don’t forget to subscribe. Thanks for reading!

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