Optus and Telmap offer mapping for the BlackBerry Curve 8900
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 will be available for USD0 upfront on the USD79, 24 month Business BlackBerry Cap.
“This partnership is the beginning of Telmap’s expansion into the Asia Pacific market and is part of our global strategy to lead mobile search, mapping and navigation across the globe” said Oren Nissim, CEO of Telmap. “We are happy to partner with Optus in offering their subscribers a complete on-the-go experience and look forward to expanding this partnership and make navigation available on more mobile devices and platforms”.
Telmap Navigator enables customers to enjoy rich search, mapping and navigation for a complete travel experience. It provides the shortest route to a desired destination using turn-by-turn voice instructions that pronounces street names and displays high-quality 3D moving maps as well as a dedicated pedestrian mode. Telmap Navigator includes user-friendly free-text local search capabilities that allow users to find what they are looking for even from misspelled or in-complete entries. Telmap Navigator is connected to main BlackBerry core elements like the device ‘Contacts’ allowing business users on the move to navigate to addresses and people stored in their address book.