No service required, you simply use gps. Updating the maps can be quite expensive, checkout the best value formney upgrade before purchasing the GPS unit.
You will need to check with your service provider to find out if they have this service available not all phones are GPS capable.
No it works with internal memory.
a GPS repeater will extend the use of any GPS device to locations where the line of sight to satellites is non existent and will provide an instant GPS service.
In order to track a boost mobile phone equipped with gps, you will need to use a computer to go to the website of the service provider of the gps and log in to the service. Then you follow the instructions to download the tracking software.
No. GPS Satellites are free to receive.
No as GPS is obtained from satellites.
All you need is a GPS receiver from companies like Garmin, Tomtom etc.
A cingular gps tracking feature on a cell phone is primarily used for people tracking. It can also be used to track other things such as automobiles and packages.
You need to sign on with a GPS service company. You need to cnnect to sattlites.
If you want to block a GPS tracker installed in your car you need to use a GPS jammer.
That depends on your cell phone model. Check with your carrier, or online to see if your specific phone is GPS enabled. Several carriers offer GPS tracking features on specific phones, for the purpose of tracking children. Most carriers have a service to let you use the GPS feature. You may need to pay for the tracking.
No. You would need a separate GPS receiver and GPS software (i.e. TomTom) on your palm device to decipher the GPS receiver's signal into information you can use.