GM switches to AT&T from Verizon for OnStar wireless service

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NEW YORK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Co has chosen AT&T Inc to provide high-speed wireless service for its 2015 car models, dropping its long-term provider Verizon Wireless. OnStar - best known for connecting drivers to live operators who provide directions or summon emergency help after an accident - will start using AT&T in its 2015 models, which go on sale in mid-2014. The companies will discuss their partnership on Monday at the Mobile World ...

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