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    Phone Book software

    Ok, your on the road, you have the GPS, you have the MP3s. You have the movies.

    Say you need to call XYZ hardware store? Is there a www.yellowpages.com CDrom that you get get for your PC? Or any other kind of phone book databases that you can download or buy?

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    Ive been using select phone for a few months since I got my car PC.

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    Is there any other software out there that allows you to have a sort of phone book on your car, or is select phone the only one? and if so where do I get it

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    I call it 411 and my mobile phone buttons
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    I'm 17, and after buying my car computer stuff, car, insurance, ect.. I don't make enough after school for a cell phone, so I don't have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yunusyu
    I call it 411 and my mobile phone buttons
    Sprint charges like $1 per 411.

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    the phone king around here is qwest and i know that somehow i got ahold of the listings on cdrom for free (don't remember how though, hell maybe they came with the actual phone book) but appearently they also sell the listings on cd and on paper at http://www.directorysource.com/ but they are $$$. I'll look around and see if i can figure out where i ordered them from for free.

    edit: that we website sells a cdrom version for $10 and also a cross reference version for $235
    don't worry i know i usually don't make much sense

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    Maximum Bitrate yunusyu's Avatar
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    hmm..now i see why you want it...hope it turns out well for you buddy
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    Why would you need phone numbers in your car without a cell phone? :P
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    SO I can find out adresses to stores, and input them to the gps program, and does anyone know of a place I can download one?

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