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04-27-2011 11:09 PM
It's far more intelligent than I am. I've had it perhaps 4 months but used it strictly for calls and texts until recently. I was like, I'm paying for lots of toys, I may as well start digging into my Torch, right? I'm brave -- I leap right into all the latest electronic toys, etc.
But I'm not so smart after all. I loaded the Maps or Maps and Trips -- basically a GPS app -- right from my BlackBerry and too late I discovered if I don't cancel soon it's going to cost me $9.99 per month. I don't need it, really but I have NO clue how to cancel. I mean, I have OnStar, I have a GPS, I seriously don't need this and it's $9.99 bill.
So that's what I get for "showing off" -- duh! Can anyone help?
Solved! Go to Solution.
04-28-2011 12:49 AM
04-28-2011 07:48 AM - edited 04-28-2011 07:48 AM
You could also just uninstall what I'm assuming is AT&T Navigator from your device. They will know what you aren't using it at that point and you won't be charged after the initial 30 day trial period.
BlackBerry Traffic is free as the TRIPPIN has pointed out. I also like an application called Poynt which is a neat little utility you can integrate with BlackBerry Maps or Google Maps to help you find local restaurants, movies, people, etc. Check it out. It's free, too!