Apple iPhone Users Can Now Use TeleNav’s Turn-by-Turn Navigation Service

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TeleNav’s turn-by-turn GPS navigation application is now available for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.  This service  — which is being re-branded as AT&T Navigator — offers features not available on the Google Maps app that ships with the iPhone.

“AT&T Navigator has been one of our most popular and best-performing apps since we launched it last year,” said Mark Collins, a VP at AT&T Mobility. “With the new iPhone OS 3.0 software, we’re expanding the advantages of true turn-by-turn navigation — both voice and on-screen directions — to millions more customers.”

This service for iPhone models includes real-time voice and visual guidance, including street names, automatic re-routes, ETA and total mileage updates. Drivers can also choose among multiple route options, including ‘traffic optimized’; ‘fastest’; ‘prefer streets’; ‘prefer highways’ and ‘pedestrian mode’.

AT&T Navigator also offers traffic Alerts, with route monitoring and proactive searches every five minutes for traffic congestion or crashes.

Pricing & Availability
This app is available for $9.99 a month from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch, or at www.itunes.com/appstore/.

As with AT&T Navigator subscriptions on other devices, the app will be billed directly by AT&T and included on the customer’s monthly statement

Source: AT&T

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