It's not really only $8/year. You need to also have Car-Net hotspot feature to access the streams. The internet radio terms say you need an active data plan, which according to Carnet support (when I spoke with them) means hotspot feature enabled. As a check, I paid for the $8 (annual rate) Internet radio feature during my first month when I had the free Verizon hotspot trial, even though I knew that it could stop working once the hotspot trial ended. Sure enough after 30 days it no longer worked. I can still access and see all the internet radio "stations", but when I try to connect to any of them the radio stream no longer plays. I have also tried this when my car was connected to my phone using my phone's hotspot connection. Still same result.Does anyone have the Car-Net internet radio service Plus Online Radio EV? At $8/year, it’s quite affordable, but how is it?
Haha. Sorry. I was so busy focusing on the cost that I completely ignored your real question. @Keowee's post shows it well. I think of it as similar to iHeart radio, but built into the car. When I tested it I was mainly listening to radio stations that I grew up with in another state. It's decent for only the $8 you'd spend with car-net hotspot already active.Ok, so what does the internet radio service provide? I’ve got the data plan.