GLOBAL – Do you want to go shopping in Warsaw, meet a friend in Jakarta or find the nearest basketball court in Beijing? Or do you just want to show your friends your route home? Nokia Maps on the Series 40, including the new Nokia Asha 303, brings together all of the experiences you need for your life – and it’s preloaded and free.
Millions of us are out and about around the world – and we want more than a simple route, we want a full experience.
Nokia Maps on the Series 40 has a global range, aimed at local needs – and that’s why it brings free maps covering more than 180 countries, and free turn-by-turn visual routing in more than 100 countries.
Using the maps on the new Asha 303 you can find more than 3 million offline points of interest including tourist information centres, sights and museums, restaurants, hotels and shopping.
There’s no GPS: The service is specifically designed to use network-based positioning, and offers a lot of features offline to save on data costs and downloading. You can look at a map, or plan your route, offline as the map data is stored on the device itself.
Even if you want to go online, we’ve chosen the lowest cost options: The average cost of using the positioning service is the equivalent of sending a standard SMS in India.
Maps of your country and region come already loaded, so there’s no need to spend time installing. If you’re planning to go abroad you can add extra maps of the world through Nokia Suite – it’s free, and easy.
That’s one of the best things about Nokia Maps: It’s not just about finding out where you are, it’s about giving millions more people the opportunity to discover the world, and share locations with friends and family.
We’ve covered 31 million km of roads, and 73 million points of interest – giving Series 40 users exactly the same level of coverage as smartphone users.
Let’s just say, we don’t think you’re going to miss much.
Updated October 1, 2015 5:25 pm