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Reply # 150510 22-Jul-2008 23:16
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review of Nokia E71 from www.3g.co.uk

http://3g.co.uk/PR/July2008/Nokia_E71_Review.htm

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Reply # 150645 23-Jul-2008 14:09
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Does anyone try E71 GPS in New Zealand?

Does it have NZ Map, Voice Turn by Turn built-in?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 150649 23-Jul-2008 14:30
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GPS works really well but I haven't tried the Nokia Maps app yet sorry

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amaz: Does anyone try E71 GPS in New Zealand?

Does it have NZ Map, Voice Turn by Turn built-in?


1. NZ Maps you have to download with the Map Loader software.
2. E71s should come with free 3 months free voice navigation service. After you have to purchase the license.




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  Reply # 150694 23-Jul-2008 16:56
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Sticker on the box out of Australia said 7 days, the one from Hong Kong was a month or 3 (can't remember)

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  Reply # 151523 26-Jul-2008 10:27
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Any review? :D

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