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    G'day,
    I saw a car with a camera on the roof, with this logo on the side..

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    HERE - City and Country Maps - Driving Directions - Satellite Views - Routes

    I don't know anything about it, except the car was parked outside a nice little coffee shop in Seven Hills.

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    Looks like a great map site, will check it out more thorough later.
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    Those of us who have Windows Phones know all about it. Comes free. Also unlike Garmin Whereis, the maps are downloaded to your 'phone, so you don't need to have a cellular connection to navigate anywhere in the world. All you need is for your phone to be able to see the GPS satellites.
    Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Luck View Post
    Those of us who have Windows Phones know all about it. Comes free. Also unlike Garmin Whereis, the maps are downloaded to your 'phone, so you don't need to have a cellular connection to navigate anywhere in the world. All you need is for your phone to be able to see the GPS satellites.
    Whatever happened to the days when people used phones to make phone calls?
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    What you need is this: JOHN'S PHONE


    John's Phone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Luck View Post
    Those of us who have Windows Phones know all about it. Comes free. Also unlike Garmin Whereis, the maps are downloaded to your 'phone, so you don't need to have a cellular connection to navigate anywhere in the world. All you need is for your phone to be able to see the GPS satellites.


    G'day,
    just like a BlackBerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by REN TIN TIN View Post
    Whatever happened to the days when people used phones to make phone calls?
    Funny my great grandfather said exactly the same thing the other day when he was buttoning up his boots.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Ch View Post
    Funny my great grandfather said exactly the same thing the other day when he was buttoning up his boots.....


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    There are some people on the planet that want phones for making phone calls. Don't want 10,000 different ringtones, to watch TV, play games, send emails, or surf the net, etc. I can do all that on my computer much easier and in far more comfort than using a tiny device half the size of a cigarette packet. Fat fingers and tiny keyboards do not make a good pairing.
    John's phone is good if expensive for what you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Luck View Post
    What you need is this: JOHN'S PHONE


    John's Phone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Thats not my phone
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