New AT&T Navigator
9.99/mo subscription charged on your AT&T wireless bill. Cancel at any time*.
Named "Consumer Navigation Application of the Year" by Frost & Sullivan
AT&T Navigator transforms your iPhone 3G and 3GS into a voice-guided GPS navigation system for traveling across the country and just across town.
For iPhone 3G with 3.0 OS and iPhone 3G S
• Voice-guided and 3D onscreen GPS navigation keeps your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road
• Automatic rerouting will get you there even if you miss a turn
• Regular map updates are automatic and included so you never have to purchase updates.
• Real-time traffic updates and one click rerouting saves you time on your daily commute
• Searching for gas by price saves you money at the pump
• Enter an address from your iPhone or from the convenience of your computer before leaving home. Search AT&T Navigator for the closest coffee house, ATM or Wi-Fi hotspot along with ratings from a listing of over 10 million business listings.
$9.99/mo subscription. The monthly fee will appear on your AT&T wireless bill.
*Note: Deleting the app from your iPhone does not stop the monthly subscription charge. To cancel the subscription and fee you must go online at att.com/directbill or call AT&T at (800) 331-0500
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The navigation engine behind AT&T Navigation is Telenav, and it beats TomTom 6 ways to Sunday. If you lose your signal, you will still get your turn by turn unless you go off course and the app has to correct.
It does seem that you need a texting plan to use this though - that seems a little odd.
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ah! this is the app i was waiting for!! i used this on my bold all the time and it worked great! as far as losing the signal, even if you lose cell coverage, the map continues to track you and work. you might lose cell coverage, but not gps.
- 06-23-2009, 07:48 PM #24
On my bold it seemed to load a few miles of basic road data ahead of me and when I had drop outs it would just keep you moving along that path. Eventually the map would run out and then you had a gps with no map. Spead, heading, lat/long.
My question is do you think I can use this app without extra fees? I have the nav plan on my bold and I swap my sim nights and weekends. If I download the app will it just work since I have nav on the acct? It's an enterprise plan so I can't add iPhone stuff to it since I don't pay the bill.
- 06-23-2009, 07:58 PM #25
Though I'll give it a try I really want the TomTom app. On my Bold the AT&T navigator app was a frustrating interface. Hopefully it's better on the iPhone. The search features were no wherenear as good as Google maps. Often I would have to look somewhere up in Google maps and the put the adress in AT&T navigator to get the voice nav.