Originally posted by redimpss: there is a bunch of guys using the onstar gps on thier laptops. found it on a differant forum, and best of all its free
All I found was people using the in car onstar reciever with laptops and other software.
"When a driver requests directions from an OnStar representative, his GPS data is routed over an analog cellular network to OnStar computers. The agent then reads back the directions over the same cellular network. The price for this service, which also includes emergency services and hotel and restaurant recommendations and reservations, is about $420 annually, or $400 if paid upfront."