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Verizon has finally decided to do something with the GPS feature in some of its phones. Cashing in on a service Sprint has already been providing, it's launched the VZ Navigator, a subscriber service that will let you get directions and the location of nearby businesses including every Starbucks in the whole world (ok, maybe not the whole world, but a lot of places) using those GPS-enabled phones. Right now, the service is being offered on the Motorola V325 and costs $10 a month for unlimited use or $3 for 24 hours (perfect for singled-out road trips and any Frappuccino carving you may have).

Verizon Launches Navigator Service [Phonescoop]