Vodafone's Paid Navigation App Folds, Unable to Beat Free

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LGA1156

On work trips, nothing beats having my droid there and ready to go for navigation duties

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QuakindudeMod

I'll also stay with the car GPS. But the cool thing is, when Google and the like are giving Navi options away for free, people like AT&T will have to stop charging $10 a month for theirs or lose customers.

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JohnP

 Its the fumble factor. I have the GPS set up and installed in the car with all my way points. Just start the car and go. To have to pull out the phone, set up the dock, turn on the app and wait for a signal before driving off just is too much hassle.

  Sometimes dedicated beats out "capable". My GPS gives me the speed of the car but I would not want to pay less for a car without a speedometer just cause something else is capable of doing the same thing. 

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COMMANDER_COOK

Someday, when I get a smartphone, it will be an android phone their free navigation. 

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Athlonite

so do those who paid for this fail boat get their money back now or do they get stuck with a useless piece of garbage thats only going to be good if you want to commit suicide

 

 

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