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  Reply # 198427 27-Feb-2009 17:13 Send private message

You pay for Voice Guided Navigation and City Guides with Nokia Maps, thats IT!

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  Reply # 198440 27-Feb-2009 20:38 Send private message

I am enjoying vodafone compass free trial, after that $10.00 a month ... I don't have to fork out in advance ... I'm kinda happy. Still trialing

 

 





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  Reply # 199698 6-Mar-2009 23:38 Send private message

If it's free, then how come every time I type an address in, tell it to navigate it just says "please choose a purchase option"  Am I doing something wrong?

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  Reply # 199717 7-Mar-2009 08:27 Send private message

grasshoper: If it's free, then how come every time I type an address in, tell it to navigate it just says "please choose a purchase option"? Am I doing something wrong?


Just so you're clear.....

Nokia Maps 2.0 Program - FREE
Nokia Maps 2.0 Maps data - FREE
Nokia Maps Updates - FREE
Voice Guided Navigation - FEES APPLY
City Guides - FEES APPLY

If you DON'T want point to point voice guided navigation then it is free, if you DO then there are fee's involved.

Hope this clears up any confusion.

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  Reply # 199720 7-Mar-2009 09:16 Send private message

Come on man, do some of your own research.  There are plenty of information on the internet and also on GZ.  It's quite simple as explained above.

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