OnStar is a provider of subscription-based services, including hands-free calling, navigation, remote diagnostics, stolen vehicle assistance and emergency services. Its parent company is General Motors. OnStar headquarters are in Detroit, Michigan.
OnStar Corporation is a subsidiary of General Motors. It provides subscription-based communications, in-vehicle security and emergency services, turn-by-turn navigation, hands-free calling, remote diagnostics systems throughout the United States and Canada, and many other services throughout the world.
Cancel OnStar Account Via Phone
You can cancel onstar account by Calling customer service at 888-466-7827 to speak with a representative. Provide the agent with your customer information, including membership number, name and address. Ask the representative to cancel your service and request a confirmation email.
To cancel your onstar account via website, visit https://www.onstar.com/us/en/support/subscribe/ and follow the instruction
OnStar refunds are issued for the same month that each payment was made and the number of days remaining in that month. This rule does not apply if the purchase or lease price of your vehicle includes an OnStar service package.
OnStar Corporation, a subsidiary of General Motors, provides subscription-based communications. In vehicle security, turn by turn navigation, emergency services and remote diagnostics systems throughout the United States.
On September 5, 2011, the president of OnStar stated that the company had more than six million customers. Vauxhall Motors announced On May 9, 2018 that it would stop operations for both Vauxhall and Opel. On December 31, 2020 following Groupe PSA’s purchase of Vauxhall Motors and Opel from General Motors.
Aftermarket vehicles equipped with a rear-view mirror that includes a built in OnStar module became available on July 24, 2011. It offer some of the features an OEM system has, such as Stolen Vehicle Tracking, Automatic Crash Response, Turn by Turn Navigation, and Roadside Assistance.
The OnStar service relied on CDMA mobile phone voice and data communication, mainly via Verizon Wireless in the United States and Bell Mobility in Canada. It also used GPS technology to determine location, allowing customers to contact OnStar representatives for emergency services; vehicle diagnostics and directions. AT&T announced the contract to replace Verizon based on 4G technology from 2014.