All OnStar calls are redirected to UK Luton's call centre.MarcR said:I spoke to OnStar today, and they advised that when you call them from Europe, UK users will still speak to someone in Luton.
At this moment, 4G data is only available in UK, Portugal, Spain, Germany and Netherlands.MarcR said:However, they also said that the 4g won't work other than in Spain, Portugal and Germany!
Exactly. But you can also ask for an operator in different language in the middle of a call if you want to.SwissTJ said:Operators will respond in whatever language you have chosen (but not Welsh), no matter where your car is, as long as it's on the network.
Call onstar from your mobile device. If you login to the app you will find the number. Ask to be put through to the recovery department (They do have one as they offered to put me through) and ask the questions that are bugging you. People were saying online about whether or not to buy a spare wheel. I don't have one and personally couldn't care because I would just phone OnStar and get the recovery out to me. People were saying it wasn't part of the subscription but I phoned to confirm it was and that I would not be charged!Slowcoach said:I have had conflicting advice about Onstar breakdown cover, my call to them told me they would make the fallout but it was chargeable to the customer and in this forum members have been told by, presumably, the same people that it will be included in the £79 annual fee.
Does anyone know whether the "free " cover includes Europe?
Whether to renew or not will for me depend on the 4g costs.
Hijoe.bloggs1 said:People were saying online about whether or not to buy a spare wheel. I don't have one and personally couldn't care because I would just phone OnStar and get the recovery out to me.