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Is GM trying to kill OnStar? A month isn't nearly time enough to give OnStar a good tryout, much less convince new owners to subscribe to the service:

http://gmauthority.com/blog/2019/07/gm-lowers-onstar-trial-period-to-just-a-single-month/

GM has drastically reduced the complimentary trial period of all OnStar services to a single month, GM Authority has learned. The core OnStar plan, as well as OnStar Connected Services, now have trials lasting just 30 days. By comparison, the OnStar trial was either three months or six months long in the recent past.

OnStar Safety & Security coverage is the core OnStar plan that includes features like Automatic Crash Response, Emergency Services, and ​Roadside Assistance. Meanwhile, OnStar Connected Services includes remote vehicle access via the myBrand apps (myChevrolet, myBuick, myCadillac, and myGMC) for features such as remote vehicle start and door lock/unlock, along with OnStar Vehicle Diagnostics (OVD), Dealer Maintenance Notification (DMN), Marketplace, and Smart Driver functionality. Trial periods for both services have now been reduced to a single month. The Wi-Fi Hotspot is treated as a separate trial and subscription, and continues to include a trial of 30 days or 3 gigabytes, whichever comes first.
 
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