Sprint Nextel said it plans to launch a local directory mobile-phone service today with information such as driving directions and movie times. The $2.99 a month service, called Find It, combines location aware phones and directory information from InfoSpace that lets users search out locations without having to enter a postal code or even know where they are. Sprint already has a plethora of location-based services on its iDEN service and told me last year that it was working on porting many of those applications onto the CDMA side.
To read more about Sprint Nextel's location-based offerings:
- check out this article from Red Herring