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    Default AAA Revamp Mobile Website and Launch GPS Location Service on Sprint

    Thought this was kind of cool.


    AAA Revamp Mobile Website and Launch GPS Location Service on Sprint | BlackBerry Cool

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    Sorry posted the link off my iPod touch. If someone would like to fix it tonight that would be good. If not I'll do it tomorrow morning.

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    This is a good find, thanks for sharing.

    The new mobile site is aaa.mobi

    If you go to aaa.com/aaafindme on your computer, you can register your cell phone number so that AAA can find you with GPS if you call them from your cell. Apparently it will only work for Sprint users, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ttfmaep View Post
    This is a good find, thanks for sharing.

    The new mobile site is aaa.mobi

    If you go to aaa.com/aaafindme on your computer, you can register your cell phone number so that AAA can find you with GPS if you call them from your cell. Apparently it will only work for Sprint users, though.
    thanks for the repost of the link.
    yeah i am happy it is for sprintusers. another +1 for a free extra something on sprint, lol
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    i registered, this is awesome.
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    I don't think I am going to register untill I get my bold. Lol

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    You only register your phone number. If you get a new phone and keep the number, you won't have to re-register.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ttfmaep View Post
    You only register your phone number. If you get a new phone and keep the number, you won't have to re-register.
    yes you are correct
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    Hmm maybe. I think I'll do it tomorrow then. I have a long meeting and I'll be bored. Lol

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    I just registered, looks like a very useful service when needed.

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