Vodafone Navigator launched for BlackBerrys

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vodanav.jpgI’m wondering what they’ll cram GPS technology into next (I’m still wondering why they’ve yet to do shoes). Either way, Vodafone Espania launched a navigation system powered by the Telmap Navigator solution for their BlackBerry handhelds. This service’ll set users back €249 and the package includes A GPS Bluetooth receiver/transmitter with charger, one-year’s service, and all data traffic to download maps and for routing and information.

“The Vodafone Navigator solution works as a GPS to provide the user with the best possible route to their destination by using real-time updated maps and traffic information. It offers coverage and cartography for the whole of the Iberian Peninsula (Spain, Andorra, Portugal and Gibraltar).”

  • Peter

    I am not so impressed of the user interface. Why not use a navigation system like Wisepilot where they have 3D views when guiding. makes it a lot easier to navigate I think. Try it out at http://www.wisepilot.com.

    By the way, really like my new pearl!

  • Peter

    I am not so impressed of the user interface. Why not use a navigation system like Wisepilot where they have 3D views when guiding. makes it a lot easier to navigate I think. Try it out at http://www.wisepilot.com.

    By the way, really like my new pearl!

  • MZ

    It is not a new (“latest-generation” ;-) idea to employ server with routing activities. This techniques is used for about 2 years by NaviExpert — http://www.naviexpert.com

  • MZ

    It is not a new (“latest-generation” ;-) idea to employ server with routing activities. This techniques is used for about 2 years by NaviExpert — http://www.naviexpert.com

  • Peter

    I agree that there is several doing mobile navigation, however there is a big difference in getting a 3d navigation view instead of a 2d… This is something more and more mobile gps navigation systems are getting, but the first I tried with it was http://www.wisepilot.com. It is possible to try on download.wisepilot.com. Check out for your self…

  • Peter

    I agree that there is several doing mobile navigation, however there is a big difference in getting a 3d navigation view instead of a 2d… This is something more and more mobile gps navigation systems are getting, but the first I tried with it was http://www.wisepilot.com. It is possible to try on download.wisepilot.com. Check out for your self…