Free satellite navigation with Vodafone-BlackBerry package

Vodafone and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (Rim) are offering free built-in satellite navigation with their latest joint device package.

Vodafone and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (Rim) are offering free built-in satellite navigation with their latest joint device package.

The BlackBerry Curve 8310 comes with a free built-in GPS service for the first 12 months.

The Vodafone Sat Nav service is powered by Telmap, and includes live traffic alerts, weather updates and a host of other useful information such as restaurant reviews. Maps are automatically refreshed every three months.

The BlackBerry Curve is equipped with an e-mail client, an internet browser, a media player and a built-in two-megapixel camera.

The new device will be available from 3 September. It is only available on the Vodafone network until 31 October.

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