Has anybody bought or had any experience with Verizon Hum?

Asked by Dec 16, 2015 at 05:03 PM

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https://www.hum.com/   "Just plug this small device into your car’s OBD-II (On-board Diagnostic) port. It’s the port that mechanics use to diagnose your car, and it’s usually found below the dash to the left of the steering wheel. "
  What is this thing?

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That looks like Verizon's answer to OnStar but with more features like engine diagnostics and maintenance reminders.

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The more I read about it FoR it seems exactly that. But what do you bet it has GPS, so you can be tracked by somebody, I dunno, but I wouldn't have it in my car.

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If I ever buy a GM car the first thing to go will be the OnStar.

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And yes it does track your location. You can bet that data will be sold.

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And your speed as well.

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Oh,, how true.... when/where/time of day or night, how long in a place, speed going, and on and on

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Yep I was just adding that, just thought of it as I hit post I already have a Big Brother. Don't need another, Thanks man, just looking for another opinion -point of view.

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Yes it has turned off my car while driving, it is a huge issue. Do some reasearch, don't touch it

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