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Phone maps.

Now here’s cool. Take one 256MB SD card with a country’s route maps on it, throw in a Bluetooth GPS device and some clever software and you get Mobile Britain 2005 – a complete standalone navigation system for Series 60 smartphones like the Nokia 6600 and SE P900. No external maps to download, no monthly payments, no PC connection needed etc etc. Clever indeed.

‘Mobile Britain 2005 transforms your Symbian mobile phone all at a sudden [sic] into a wireless navigation system up to house number accuracy! After a short plug & play installation to connect the Bluetooth GPS receiver to your mobile phone, turn-by-turn voice instructions and on-screen directions will guide you from your current position to your destination…

With dynamic routing you can avoid traffic jams, road works and accidents that may occur along your route in Britain! This FREE-OF-CHARGE traffic information is automatically downloaded via GPRS from the ROUTE 66 internet site to your mobile phone at regular intervals…’

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