Free Mapping Service From Nokia

Nokia have unveiled a new mapping service, allowing free use of “smart2go” mapping and routing services.

The platform contains more than 15 million “points of interest,” including sights, restaurants and accommodations around them. Customers can select locations and send them through multimedia message, Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or e-mail.

It’s said to be good for 150 countries, if I can see the Irish one and it turns out to be decent, I’d be pretty happy. Don’t think I’ll be going back to Windows Mobile in a hurry tho…

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