1. cdf3's Avatar
    I'm looking to purchase a Freedom GPS 2000 keychain for my Verizon Curve 8330. I would like to use the GPS feature for Google Maps and Live Search. I've heard several say that the Freedom Keychain will allow me to use the GPS feature with those applications.
    It sells for around $75. Someone submitted a post a while back saying they got theirs for around $35.
    Does anyone know where I can get one for that price?

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    07-27-09 09:39 PM
  2. Lynda33's Avatar
    i second this. i would like to find a 35 dollar one for sure
    08-09-09 10:21 PM
  3. hubermania's Avatar
    BuyGPSNow.com has this unit for $55. They also usually have one or two other BT GPS pucks around $30.

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    08-10-09 05:38 PM
  4. Lynda33's Avatar
    BuyGPSNow.com has this unit for $55. They also usually have one or two other BT GPS pucks around $30.

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    i tired looking and i couldnt find it. could you link me to the exact page please because that is a good price
    08-13-09 02:09 AM
  5. Aristotles's Avatar
    I can't find it on that site also.
    08-16-09 05:54 PM
  6. jackbox's Avatar
    Neither Semson nor BuyGpsNow carry that particular device any more. The best deal they have is the I-Mate keychain for around $55. I have the I-Mate super slim tracker model and it works good with the BB.
    08-16-09 06:47 PM
  7. hubermania's Avatar
    Sorry gang, I had my GPS models all mixed up. The GPS I bought was the Qstarz Q890 keychain GPS, for $55. It's considerably smaller than the Freedom 2000, and works great.

    1. go to BuyGpsNow.com
    2. click on "GPS Receiver" in left hand column
    3. directly below it click on "Bluetooth GPS"
    4. search for Q890 and click the link

    This direct link might also work:
    Qstarz BT-Q890 Keychain Nano Bluetooth GPS Receiver
    08-27-09 05:20 PM
  8. Hooligan's Avatar
    So looking at these, these act only as the attena for the GPS, and I would be able to run google maps or what not with using one of these?

    I'm looking at this one
    Mavin SiRF III Bluetooth GPS Receiver

    I would like something small to use while on the bike, or in the car.

    Although this one looks nice too....
    Gosget Bluetooth GPS Receiver SB-369 (WAAS enabled)
    08-30-09 05:45 AM
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