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Thread: Garmin comes to AT&T on October 4

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    Garmin comes to AT&T on October 4

    Just saw this on the Garmin web site http://www8.garmin.com/nuvifone/

    Wonder what junk AT&T will load on this to cripple it??? Would sure like to get a hold of this unlocked, seem's to be a possible winner. Only downside is windows mobile but it is not a deal breaker!!!

    After further searching the G60 that is being released is Linux based not Microsoft!!!! The other nuvi phone is MS based so that is even better!!!
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    Too little, too late. Maybe if this was released 2-3 years ago. <$99 for a standalone GPS unit makes more sense.

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    I have three Garmin GPS units that were more than $99.00, but I will still get one of these, find it a little cumbersom to carry any of my nuvi's when navagating on foot, used to use mobile XT with my Nokia's but now I can have this. But to each his own I guess!!

    Unless AT&T butcher's this so bad it is not worth having at all!!!

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    $30 data plan kill the deal for me.

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    this phone sucks out loud too big adn ugly.
    I saw the NY times really ripped it apart this morning as well. a real bad idea adn to think its taking up valuable retail space

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