Nokia played his trump card that could cause clients to regain Finnish giant.
Henceforth with Nokia OVI MapsThe pedestrian and car navigation satellite will be completely free. Among the services available are car navigation, pedestrian navigation, maps, updates, guides to events, Lonely Planet and Michelin guides, All without spending a cent euro.
The move comes after Nokia's recent announcements of other houses that produce phones, which call into serious doubt the primacy of Nokia in the field. This operation will also begin to fear companies like TomTom or Garmin, because the satellite service from Nokia is still a good standard.
So who has a Nokia phone with OVI Maps no longer have to pay any subscription. The devices supported for now are: X6 Nokia, Mini Nokia N97, Nokia E72, Nokia E55, Nokia E52, Nokia 6730 Classic, Nokia 6710 Navigator, Nokia 5800 Xpress Music, Nokia 5800 and Nokia Navigation Edition 5230.
Nokia has the maps NAVTEQ, Bought just last year, allowing the house to propose the Finnish free maps all over the world. There are indeed signs for 74 countries in 46 languages and 180 countries worldwide, 10 of which are also the system that detects traffic in real time.