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    Hi,
    I like to use Child locator service within US. So far, I find out that
    only Spring PCS offers so-called Family locator costing about $10/month
    with a service plan. Their website lists some of phones that they
    support for such service, e.g., LG LX 350(as contact phone). When I
    read the phone description, it does not list GPS as one of its
    features, what is going on? How does it work for a contact phone(to be
    located) without GSP feature?
    Thx




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    John McDonald
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    Re: Does anybody use Family locator(Spring PCS) service in US?

    I believe all phones are required to be "GPS" capable. It does not mean that
    they are true GPS receivers. Most carrier location services uses a form of
    triangulation to provide location. I have used the business version of the
    service, which is very good!

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    > Hi,
    > I like to use Child locator service within US. So far, I find out that
    > only Spring PCS offers so-called Family locator costing about $10/month
    > with a service plan. Their website lists some of phones that they
    > support for such service, e.g., LG LX 350(as contact phone). When I
    > read the phone description, it does not list GPS as one of its
    > features, what is going on? How does it work for a contact phone(to be
    > located) without GSP feature?
    > Thx
    >
    >






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