2020 Defender

CONNECTIVITY OVERVIEW

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The connectivity menu options may vary depending on the market and specification of the vehicle.

The connectivity menu allows the user to connect a phone or audio device to the vehicle. The user can also connect the vehicle to the internet.

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Internet connectivity requires either a data-enabled embedded SIM card, a data-enabled nano SIM card, or an in-range external Wi-Fi network.

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Only telematics features and software updates work over an external Wi-Fi network. Infotainment features do not operate over an external Wi-Fi network.

The following methods allow for phone, audio, and internet connectivity:

  • Bluetooth: Allows for pairing a device for phone and audio. See PAIRING AND CONNECTING USING THE PHONE and CONNECTING A MEDIA DEVICE.

  • Mobile Data: Allows for the vehicle to connect to the internet via a mobile network, using a data-enabled nano SIM card, or a data-enabled embedded SIM card. See MOBILE DATA CONNECTIVITY.

  • Hotspot: Creates a Wi-Fi hotspot in the vehicle, to allow internet connection of Wi-Fi equipped devices, e.g., a tablet, laptop, or a smartphone. Also allows sharing of media between the Wi-Fi equipped devices inside the vehicle. See HOTSPOT.

  • Wi-Fi: Allows for the vehicle to connect to the internet using an external Wi-Fi network. See WI-FI CONNECTIVITY.

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The availability of Mobile Data, Hotspot, and Wi-Fi depends on the market and specification of the vehicle.

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Connectivity for Online Pack with Data Plan and Wi-Fi Enabled with Data Plan is provided by a third party provider. For more information go to: www.landrover.com/pivi-pro-terms.