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Mon Oct 13 18:04:49 CDT 2003
--On Monday, October 13, 2003 4:36 AM -0700 Lionel Peterson
<lionel4287 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> GPS service (or terrestial triangulation) is coming, my phones have it,
> but when will my 911 service support it?
AFAIA, all gps-enabled phones have the gps turned off
by default. My understanding is that it takes a 3rd
party application to utilize.
As such, it's clearly intended for the business market
(where is that delivery driver, anyway?) rather than
individuals. After many hours of Nextel sales training,
I can come to no other conclusion.
If you want to be able to pinpoint your location on
the road in case of emergency, as an end-user/consumer,
at this point, you'd be better off with OnStar or
LoJack. Of course, this does not really help if you
are not in a car.
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