Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: western Massachusetts
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Consider that, with your iPhone as your GPS, you're at the mercy of AT&T's network coverage. NO SERVICE = no GPS.
I don't know about you, but I like to ride far from population centers where AT&T has coverage. I routinely ask friends with Verizon phones to let me borrow them so I can tell my family I'm set for the night...it's a running joke. ("Who's got a Verizon phone? Bones wants to check in at home.")
One device can be nice, but a GPS that reads satellites will be vastly more reliable than a smart phone, especially an iPhone on AT&T, IMO.
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