According to my online research GPS hasbeen available with cell phones for various years. Unluckily, asstated by more as compare to one AT&T customer servicerepresentative, AT&T does not require you to have full usage ofit with their cell phones. AT&T offers AT&T Navigator, whichseems to be focused for use although driving. Only like the nameimplies, it is for navigation, on other services available likeconsiderable. Likely a good service.
Still, it has an extreme crucialshortcoming, specifically for people who like to get away. If thereis no cell signal available then it does not work. If you go hikingor camping and acquire far plenty away from civilization to lose yourcell signal, or multiple tower signals then your GPS will notfunction.
Few phones have the GPS hardwareconstructed into the phone by the manufacturer and AT&T disablesaccess to that GPS hardware thus that the phone can not be used likea primary, nor backup, GPS in remote areas. Do you like to sail? Beforewarned, if you acquire so far from shore the GPS on an AT&TGPS phone will stop working. Do not believe your safety to an AT&TGPS cell phone.