Cricket launches their own branded GPS app

Cricket launches their own branded GPS app
Cricket's customers can now take part in the carrier's latest GPS solution with Cricket Navigator which is their premium voice guided turn-by-turn navigational service. The application will first be made available on the Samsung MyShot II and will be rolled to other handset within the following weeks – it's expected that a good majority of handsets to get it by the end of the summer. Cricket Navigator offers all of the common conveniences we see on other similar location based applications such as local search, voice guided directions, lowest gas prices, and traffic avoidance. Luckily, Cricket Navigator will be offered in their new nationwide $50 and $60 plans – plus it'll be available as a bolt-on to the new nationwide $30 and $40 plans. Jeff Toig, vice president/general manager of voice/data services for Cricket said, “Cricket users have been buzzing for a premium turn-by-turn navigation solution, and we believe Cricket Navigator will be just what they’ve been looking for. We bring innovative features to our customers while making sure we continue to provide the best value in wireless.”

source: BusinessWire


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