Verizon Launches the Motorola V325 With Location Based Services
Posted on 31-Jan-2006 08:57.
Filed under: News
Motorola, Inc. and Verizon Wireless are introducing the sleek and stylish Motorola V325. The newest member of the Motorola family, the V325 is a flip phone that places the latest in technology and style in the palm of your hand. Featuring a brushed metal and soft touch finish, the Motorola V325 boasts an integrated camera with self-portrait and color effects, high resolution color display and promises of outstanding call performance.
The phone also features 30 megabytes of onboard memory and is Get It Now-enabled so customers can check out and download hundreds of ring tones, games, productivity tools and more.
The Motorola V325 also offers Verizon Wirelessí new Get It Now location based services application, VZ Navigator. With VZ Navigator, Verizon Wireless customers can instantly view maps of their current location, get audible turn-by-turn driving directions to any destination in the continental U.S., find nearby restaurants with the ability to place a call and make a reservation with one touch of a button and more. VZ Navigator provides the latest advanced location based functionality with all the added conveniences of voice and data mobility at a fraction of the cost of alternative, expensive GPS devices.
Rounding out its feature set is an integrated speakerphone and advanced speech recognition. The Motorola V325 is available for US$79.99 after mail-in rebate and a two-year customer agreement.
VZ Navigator is available for US$9.99 for unlimited monthly access, or US$2.99 for 24-hour use. Customers can download the application directly to their Motorola v325.