Oct 27, 2008

Get MapQuest Navigator on AT&T

Blackberry Curve on AT&T running MapQuest NavigatorWhile we’ve been making a lot of enhancements on MapQuest.com, our mobile services and products certainly aren’t being left out! Today we’re announcing our MapQuest Navigator 5.0 service is available on your AT&T mobile phone- and billable directly to your AT&T phone plan. Starting today you can get our popular voice-guided navigation service on select AT&T phones and try it out for a FREE trial period!

We’ve had great feedback on our navigation service and people enjoy the convenience of not having to buy another device when their GPS-enabled mobile phone can get them where they need to go. With MapQuest Navigator on your phone, your maps and directions data is always current – you don’t have to worry about updating the data on your PND or in-car navigation system. What’s even better is it doesn’t just provide turn-by-turn voice-guided directions, you can also see where you’re going with 3D moving maps. And, there’s live traffic, walking directions, gas prices, AOL City’s Best restaurants/nightlight ratings, and more.

MapQuest Navigator screen shots - AOL City's Best and turn by turn navigation

Initially, we’re launching with the following phones including: BlackBerry Curve 8210, BlackBerry Pearl 8110, BlackBerry 8820, BlackBerry 8800, MOTO Z9, MOTO Q Global, AT&T Tilt, and Blackjack II – but look for many new devices by the end of the year.

See more information and sign up for the free trial at our MapQuest Navigator AT&T page.