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TCS, Telefonica Enter Partnership To Offer Navigation Services In Latin America

TeleCommunication Systems, Inc., or TCS, (TSYS) and Telefónica (TEF,TDE.L) jointly announced a partnership for TCS to provide navigation services for Telefónica subscribers throughout Latin America. Through TCS' market-leading navigation services, Telefónica customers will have continuous access to local directories, maps and driving directions directly from their mobile devices.

The TCS navigation engine supports multiple modes, including automobile and pedestrian navigation, turning any GPS-enabled mobile phone into a powerful personal navigation device. Finding a precise location is effortless with TCS' dynamic local search engine, which allows users to quickly access accurate points of interest and turn-by-turn directions with a single click.

by RTT Staff Writer

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