T-Mobile offers World Cup Nokia N70 with CoPilot Live

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We told you a couple of months back that CoPilot Live would be available for Symbian Series 60 phones, with the first model to benefit being the Nokia N70. Well, from today you can pick up this combined phone and sat device from your local T-Mobile dealer.

This special World Cup edition Nokia N70 World Cup is the latest phone to be added to T-Mobile’s web’n’walk portfolio and includes the official FIFA 2006 World Cup football game from EA Sports, football themed icons, ringtones, wallpaper, access to World Cup highlights and of course, CoPilot Live.

CoPilot Live offers all the satellite navigation functionality you’d expect from a dedicated device, but with a few added extras, including real-time location tracking via the internet and live traffic information, delivered to the phone via web’n’walk. In addition, an Instant Detour button allows you to find a way around the side streets if they hit an unexpected hold-up. For more on CoPilot’s functions click here.

Pricing for the N70 with CoPilot varies from free to around £300, dependent on your package. The N70 as a standalone is available from free to around £150.

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Dave Walker

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