SAN DIEGO, Calif. - DriveOK Inc., a leading provider of GPS vehicle tracking units, today announced the DriveOK Analog-to-Digital Rebate Program, a program which offers discounts to new customers impacted by the upcoming analog cellular shutdown on February 18. All DriveOK vehicle tracking units consist of a GPS receiver and cellular modem which sends GPS data (latitude and longitude) via the digital cellular network.
"Our exclusive use of the digital cellular network continues to provide substantial benefits for our customers," said Mark Wells, President & CEO of DriveOK Inc. "Providing immediate access to our customers' GPS data has been our number one priority since day 1. Small and large vehicle fleets, parents tracking teen drivers and motorcycle riders are all using our DriveOK technology to be instantly notified of one or more changing conditions using GPS vehicle tracking."
New customers who have an analog device and purchase a GPS vehicle tracking unit from our DriveOK, Vehiclepath or BikeGPSTracking sites can receive a rebate of $25-40 depending on the product they purchase. Proof of purchase of the analog unit is required (receipt, FCC label or service bills).
A vehicles' GPS data is sent via the digital cellular network to DriveOK where customers can login to a Web interface and monitor the location of all their vehicles. Customer can also configure SMS (text message) or email alerts to notify recipients when:
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