T-Mobile Signs Roadside Assistance Deal With AAA

T-Mobile TMUS -1.35%↓ has partnered with AAA to provide connectivity for the organization’s roadside assistance fleets nationwide.  Under the terms of the agreement, T-Mobile will use Geotab fleet telematics solutions to provide AAA roadside assistance fleet managers with data and reports on driver behavior, route optimization, fuel economy and vehicle health, among others.

T-Mobile will use Geotab’s telematics solutions for AAA deal (Photo: T-Mobile).

While financial details were not disclosed, T-Mobile said the deal was a long-term agreement.  In addition, the company already has outfitted thousands of AAA roadside assistance technicians with 5G phones.

This is a big deal as AAA, with more than 63 million members, responds to more than 30 million roadside assistance calls each year.


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