Great news if you own a 1999 Ford Taurus.
If you desperately want a connected car but can’t afford to shell out for the latest model, Verizon has a solution that can turn your dumb car into a smart one.
Verizon on Wednesday released the Hum, a gadget and service than can turn older cars into Internet-connected vehicles. The Hum offers vehicle tracking, repair notifications and Bluetooth-to-smartphone connectivity, among other features.
Here’s more on how Hum works from Verizon:
The Hum will cost $14.99 a month for the service on a two-year subscription plan, plus taxes and fees. It’s available to Verizon and non-Verizon customers alike.