Verizon Wireless Launches 3D Navigation To Some Android Phones

Posted on Jan 28 2011 - 10:50am by Kyle

Verizon Wireless has announced today that they’ve introduced their newest version of VZ Navigator to some of their Android handsets in limited markets. According to sources they will roll more and more cities out over the next few months with this new form of navigation.

“Verizon Wireless continues to add more to VZ Navigator, and VZ Navigator VX now gives our customers some of the most advanced mapping and navigation services available today,” said Kristi Crum, director, Consumer Solutions for Verizon Wireless. “Whether they are in a familiar place and need to get around more efficiently or exploring new territory in a car or on foot, customers can turn to VZ Navigator to get them where they want to go.”

In addition to 3D functionality the newest evolution of VZ Navigator includes Facebook integration.

VZ Navigator VX is available on the Droid X, Droid Incredible, and the Samsung Fascinate for Verizon customers in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Kansas City, MO, and Washington DC.  It’s available in the Android market in three flavors; unlimited for $9.99/mo, $4.99/wk, or $2.99/day

Source: Verizon Wireless

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  • Roneill910

    Why would I pay for vz navigation when I already have navigation built into my phone?