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#60162 20-Apr-2010 22:14
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For anyone who missed the official announcement Ovi Maps with worldwide turn by turn navigation is now free for E71 and E66 owners. 

Link is here: http://blog.ovi.com/2010/04/06/nokia-e71-and-e66-get-ovi-maps-with-free-navigation/

Cheers, Matt. 




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  #321034 20-Apr-2010 22:27
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Thanks!

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  #321041 20-Apr-2010 22:40
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E71 handset software 410.21.010 is out now to I updated my E71 yesterday

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  #321095 21-Apr-2010 07:44
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Thanks John. Updating my firmware now. Big thanks to Nokia for including the E71 in Ovi maps.




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  #321116 21-Apr-2010 08:45
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damn it, i want navigation on my E75!!




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  #321120 21-Apr-2010 08:51
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I think it will come to E75 as E75 is FP2. There was a lot of conjecture that Nokia wasn't going to do turn-by-turn for FP1 devices like the E71. It sounds like the E71 and E66 are the only FP1 devices getting turn by turn free.




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  #321122 21-Apr-2010 08:54
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oh i hope so, my free 3 month subscription just ran out




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You can of course buy it, the prices for the service for devices that don't have free turn by turn has been slashed dramatically.

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