Those of you with AT&T, and a compatible cellphone, will now be able to use the company’s Navigator GPS service in 20 different countries. This luxury will set you back twice what you’d pay for regular domestic coverage, or $19.95 per month. That’s on top of any data you have to pay for while overseas.
Maps cost like €5, for the record.
The coverage extends to western Europe, the Caribbean and Asia, including China. Something called the Olympics start there soon, I hear.
Compatible phones include the Tilt, BlackBerry 8800, 8820, Curve 8310, Pearl, BlackJack II and Moto Q 9h.