If you are a big fan of the Dodge Ram, then we are sure that you have many reasons to be. A lot of customers compare their Dodge Ram 1500 to the Ford F-150 (which if you did not know, is a constant best-seller). The Dodge Ram has a great towing capacity, fuel efficiency, and did we mention that it is a stylish, strong, and comfortable ride? Yes, there is a lot to love. However, some new Dodge Ram customers wonder if the Dodge Ram trucks have wifi.
This is a great question because it seems as if all the new trucks out these days have Wi-Fi. So, does the Dodge Ram 1500 have Wi-Fi? Let’s find out!
Yes or No? | Does the Dodge Ram Trucks Have Wi-Fi?
The short and simple answer is yes!
Yes, the Dodge Ram trucks do have Wi-Fi. They do so by what Dodge calls “UConnect.” Here is a bit more information about what you will get with UConnect:
Total control is at your fingertips with Uconnect® 4C NAV, featuring an 8.4-inch touchscreen, SiriusXM Guardian™
( Disclosure 1) (12-month trial), Apple CarPlay® (Disclosure 2) support, Android Auto (Disclosure 3) integration, a 4G Wi-Fi Hotspot (Disclosure 4) (3-month/1GB trial), Navigation, Integrated Voice Command, Bluetooth® Streaming Audio, SiriusXM® ( Disclosure 5)(12-month trial), SiriusXM Traffic Plus ( Disclosure 6) (5-year trial) and SiriusXM Travel Link ( Disclosure 7) (5-year trial).
For added convenience, SiriusXM Guardian™ connects you to your vehicle in ways you’ve only dreamed of. With greater remote access ( Disclosure 8) and control, help is there when you need it—from Roadside Assistance ( Disclosure 9) to Navigation features to security alerts.
– SiriusXM Guardian™( Disclosure 1) (12-month trial)
– 4G Wi-Fi Hotspot( Disclosure 4) (3-month/1GB trial)
For more information about UConnect, please check out the Ram truck’s official website here.
What Year of the Dodge Ram Trucks Have Wifi? | All of Them? Or Just the Newer Ones?
Unfortunately, no. Only select models, 2018 or older, will have this option. If you are not sure whether or not your vehicle is part of the list, please click here to check.
Does AT&T Support the Wifi for the Dodge Ram?
Yes, At&t does support wifi for the Dodge Ram. Right now, At&t has a deal where you can get unlimited data in your Dodge Ram, via UConnect, for only $20.00 per month (starting).
At&t also had written down a list of fine print details that we believe you should read and check into if you are planning on signing up with them. Only because a lot of carriers only advertise what they want you to see, but a lot of people seem to ignore the fine print. Do not be one of those people. To make things easier on you, we found the small print details and will list them below:
Always pay careful attention to the road and do not drive distracted.
AT&T Connected Car Unlimited Plan: U.S. only. Consumer and Individual Responsibility Users only. Eligibility: Requires eligible vehicle and new or existing AT&T wireless account.
Data Restrictions: After 22GB of data usage on vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot in a billing cycle, for the rest of the cycle AT&T may slow data speeds on vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot during periods of network congestion. Pricing: $20 per vehicle monthly plan charge (3 vehicles on plan results in a $60 monthly plan charge). Devices: Sold separately.
Limits: 3 vehicles per plan. Hotspot: Connects a limited number of Wi-Fi-capable devices per vehicle hotspot. Devices connected to a vehicle’s hotspot use data from your plan.
Once a device connects, it will automatically reconnect and use data from your plan unless the hotspot is removed from returning device settings or the hotspot password is changed.
Performance varies based on the number of devices connected and other factors. Stream Saver® feature not available for Connected Car embedded devices.
International: Wi-Fi hotspot functionality not available outside of the U.S. & Canada. Service in Canada depends upon the availability of unaffiliated carrier coverage.
General Wireless Service Terms: Subject to Wireless Customer Agreement (see att.com/wca). Services are not for resale. Credit approval and deposit may apply.
Other Monthly Charges per Line: May include taxes, fed. & state universal svc. charges, Reg. Cost Recovery Charge (up to $1.50), gross receipts surcharge, Admin. Fee, & certain gov’t assessments which are not gov’t req’d charges.
Pricing, promotions & terms subject to change & may be modified or terminated at any time without notice. Coverage & svc. not avail. everywhere.
You get an off-net (roaming) usage allowance for each vehicle’s Wi-Fi hotspot. If you exceed the allowance, your svc(s) may be restricted or terminated. Other restr’s apply & may result in svc termination.
Wi-Fi Hotspot: Supports up to 7 Wi-Fi-capable devices. Connected devices use data from your plan. Returning devices connect automatically and use data unless the hotspot is removed from returning device settings.
Performance varies based on the number of devices connected and other factors.
International: Hotspot service not available outside of the U.S. and Canada. Service in Canada subject to unaffiliated carrier coverage. General Wireless
Service Terms: Subject to Session-Based Wireless Data Services Agreement. Other monthly charges apply and may include taxes, federal and state universal service charges, and other federal, state, provincial or municipal charges, a Regulatory Cost Recovery Charge (up to $1.50 for U.S. residents), a gross receipts surcharge, an Administrative Fee, and other government assessments that are not government-required charges.
Pricing, fees, options, restrictions, and terms subject to change and may be modified, discontinued or terminated at any time without notice. Coverage and services not available everywhere. Other restrictions and terms apply and may result in service termination and/or service limitations.
So as you can see, that is quite a bit of fine print. Please be sure to read through everything before signing up with a carrier. This does not only apply to At&t but any carrier in general. If you are interested in signing up with At&t, please click here for more information.
In Conclusion | What You Should Know
Most people know that their Ram trucks have wifi but they do not know how it works. It is quite simple and we understand why it can be confusing with all the technological jargon. So before we leave you, we thought we would explain the process to you. According to Stony Plain’s online website, here is how they would describe the wifi hotspot:
A 4G Wi-Fi hotspot is a simple thing. It works just like the Wi-Fi router does in your home or office. Except instead of being plugged into the wall, it wirelessly connects to the 4G cellular network.
This way, you can stay connected even on the go. With one of these enabled, you can connect mobile devices to the internet including laptops, tablets, phones, and more.
The billing for the 4G Wi-Fi hotspot works much like a cellular plan, which makes sense because it utilizes cellular networks, in this case, AT&T. Most new Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM models equipped with a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot also includes a 3-month 1GB trial so you can test it out.
We hope that you found this article helpful and that you better understand how wifi works in your Dodge Ram trucks.