04/06/2007 BASKING RIDGE, NJ ? Verizon Wireless customers can now add VZ NavigatorSM in Spanish to their Get It Now®-enabled phones to get maps and audible turn-by-turn directions in Spanish to over 14 million points of interest. Verizon Wireless, operator of the nation's most reliable wireless network, today announced the immediate availability of Spanish-enabled VZ Navigator. The downloadable service allows customers to locate points-of-interest relative to their locations, including restaurants, gas stations, banks and more.
VZ Navigator gives customers the features of an advanced navigation system on their mobile phones at a fraction of the cost of other GPS devices and systems. To activate VZ Navigator in Spanish, customers simply set their phone to Spanish. The first time the application is launched it will detect the language setting on the phone and set VZ Navigator to that language. Thereafter, customers can change the language for the application independently of the phone setting by going to Options, then Preferences and then Language on their phones.
VZ Navigator is available for $9.99 for unlimited monthly access or $2.99 for one-day use on select Get It Now-enabled phones in the getGOING Tools-on-the-Go shopping aisle of the Get It Now virtual store. The service is available today on the Motorola RAZR V3c and V3m, MOTOKRZR, MOTOSLVR L7c; LG VX8300, Chocolate by LG, VX8600, The V by LG; and the Samsung SCH-u540, SCH-u620, SCH-a990. Download charges for Get It Now applications vary and airtime charges apply when browsing, downloading and using certain applications.