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Free Nokia route-planning app fails to show

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Nokia has clearly been so busy making multiple announcements at 3GSM, it forgot to upload this past weekend the free route-planning software and maps it promised us last week. Then, it said the code would be available to download on "Saturday, February 10th". Alas, it wasn't.

Nor was the Smart2Go software - due to be bundled on select Nokia handsets as Nokia Maps - available this afternoon when we looked. The Smart2Go website still lists the freebie as "coming soon..."

Perhaps Nokia needs someone to provide it will software that can navigate it to its own servers...

Maybe if someone from Nokia isn't enjoying the 3GSM shindig - the company made at least 14 announcements today, including the launch of a new E series Communicator - can drop us a line and explain the still-absent download...

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