1. Cdog71's Avatar
    I just got the Curve 8320 and at first I never thought I would need GPS but my Garmin Nuvi was just stolen! I know the 8900 is better than my new Curve but can anyone tell me just how well the 8900 works as a navigating GPS? Can you get voice directions? Is it accurate? Can you enter an address and does it plot the best course? I have a larger data plan so getting maps on the fly is not a problem.

    A new Nuvi is gonna cost me about $300 so if the 8900 is good as a GPS I may as well pay Rogers the extra $100 for the 8900.
    01-28-09 12:11 PM
  2. bem.atsma's Avatar
    There are free apps (Nav4all, amAze GPS). You can also buy a version of Garmin to put on the BB.
    01-28-09 02:56 PM
  3. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    I use the Freedom Bluetooth Keychain Puck along with TeleNav and I am very satisfied.
    01-28-09 04:17 PM