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U.S. Cellular Taps TeleNav for Turn By Turn Directions

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Jul 9, 2010, 10:22 AM   by Philip Berne

TeleNav today announced another U.S. carrier will be using its mapping services. U.S. Cellular is now offering TeleNav's new Your Navigator Deluxe, which provides all the features you'd expect from a modern navigation app, including 3D GPS navigation, a large point-of-interest database, business searching and traffic alerts. The app also supports speech recognition. Your Navigator Deluxe is available for free to U.S. Cellular customers with a data plan. No monthly subscription is required. TeleNav's software also power's AT&T's Navigator and Sprint Navigation, and can be found on T-Mobile devices.

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Jul 9, 2010, 12:36 PM


Good quality network but not exactly on the cutting edge of technology I see, I applaud them for getting nav on the phones but they stepped in like 10 years later to do it. Maybe by the year 2020 they'll introduce visual voicemail. 😛 👿
USCC is all about their customers. They feel that the best approach is to wait until products and services become relevant in their rural markets. However they could really stand to be more cutting edge in their urban markets.
Their network and cover...
U.S. Cellular has had navigation for a long time. They just switched to TeleNav as a provider for the maps.

Jul 9, 2010, 11:59 AM


Now that is a monoply!
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