Orange launches car navigation service on handsets


AMSTERDAM, May 27 (Reuters) - French mobile operator Orange is about to launch a new on-demand car navigation service for mobile phones, which it hopes will generate an extra 100 euros ($122) per year per subscriber, it said on Thursday. Europe's third-largest wireless operator will officially launch the service on Friday. It has had a trial in France and will now be rolled out in other European countries where the France Telecom-owned carrier has operations. This is one the biggest ...

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