Originally Posted by KapsBB
This is for an AT&T 8700c with a bluetooth GPS receiver. TeleNav is great, but at $10 a month or $250 for 4 years, I might as well just buy a Garmin. I have the BlackBerry Maps and Google Maps, but they don't recalculate or have audible navigation. I was looking on Handango's website and they have tons of GPS software, but they donít really have all the details listed. I don't mind spending $50 on GPS software, but I don't want to pay a monthly fee. Has anyone used any type of GPS software that has audible navigation and can recalculate if you miss a turn?
But does the one-time fee for Garmin give you updated maps at all, let alone on a timely basis?
My experience with non-subscription based GPS software is that you need to buy new maps every year if you want to stay up to date, coming close to the Telenav fee anyway.