DETROIT â General Motors Corp.âs OnStar telematics service says up to 500,000 customers will lose service in 2008 due to a major infrastructure switch from analog to digital networks. But a top GM executive says the auto maker wonât leave customers in the lurch. âWeâre not going to walk away from those 500,000 loyal OnStar users,â Troy Clarke, President-GM North America, tells Wardâs at a media event here, adding he expects an announcement from OnStar management soon. OnStar ...
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