1. lruiz006's Avatar
    hello everyone, im new here. i've d/l google maps n iinfo space. im just using them to get around, not as real gps, since i have the 8320. i posted this to know which is the best recommended bluetooth gps receiever. thanks
    01-17-08 04:52 PM
  2. jsanders's Avatar
    Freedom Mini is a great product for Blue
    Tooth GPS... size of keychain fob.
    01-17-08 04:54 PM
  3. lruiz006's Avatar
    thank you much
    01-17-08 04:56 PM
  4. mje5270's Avatar
    You could check out buygpsnow.com to see what they've got in stock. They have a few receivers for less than $50. I ordered one (GlobalTop G33) a couple weeks ago for my Curve to use with Google Maps. I love the accuracy of the receiver as opposed to that tower technique ('within 1700 meters' just doesn't cut it for me when I'm trying to get to a meeting in an unfamiliar place).
    01-18-08 09:17 AM
  5. hooked1's Avatar
    Does anyone know if you get a gps puck like the telnav if you still are using your data plan? I have a local data plan that won't do me any good if I leave my area. I'm trying to figure out if I should just get a TomTom or something like that. Unfortunately I purchased my curve too early from Suncom, and two months later they started selling the gps curve. Thanks for the help.
    01-18-08 11:38 AM
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