LITTLETON, Colo. — PassTime will add connectivity from AT&T’s LTE-M network to its family of GPS products and solutions for automotive asset management services, the company announced, promising enhanced asset tracking, dealer management, and asset recovery services for PassTime customers.

PassTime provides a suite of asset management products and solutions in the automotive and powersports industries including auto dealers, auto finance companies, fleet transportation providers, and consumers. Executives said AT&T LTE-M connectivity will help these customers connect to their assets reliably and in more places throughout AT&T’s LTE-M coverage area.

“PassTime is excited to provide our customers with the broad reach and connectivity solutions through the AT&T network,” said Chris Macheca, president and COO of PassTime. “For over 25 years, PassTime has worked hard to provide the best products and services to our customers. AT&T’s extensive coverage and reliable, cost-effective network solutions will help us grow our business and customer satisfaction.”

“We’re pleased to provide connectivity for PassTime’s GPS solutions,” said Joe Mosele, AT&T’s vice president of IoT Solutions. “This is an ideal use case for LTE-M. The LTE-M network is designed specifically for the IoT and enables lower costs, compact modules, reduced power consumption and the ability to connect in hard-to-reach locations with carrier-grade security.”

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